The classic Pacific Asian Log of mediumwave [AM] radio stations on air across the entire region has now been updated at www.radioheritage.net.
Produced by Bruce Portzer in Seattle WA, this extensive radio guide covers literally thousands of AM radio stations and is hosted by the
Radio Heritage Foundation. It draws on monitoring by many volunteers across the region, as well as information directly from broadcasters
so it's accurate and up to date.
You can search the database or download a pdf version for your own non-commercial use by visiting www.radioheritage.net/PAL_search.asp today.
Amongst the stations you'll find on 1602 AM are 2CP Cooma [Australia], All India Radio, Ziro [India], JOKC Kofu [Japan], HLQE Sabuk [South Korea], Radio Reading Service, Levin [New Zealand], and DZUP Quezon City [Philippines]. The most powerful station listed in the region is 50kW Radio Khost, located in Afghanistan.
You'll find the Pacific Asian Log Radio Guide useful for business and vacation travel [just print out the stations from the countries you're visiting], radio monitoring, advertising and PR campaign media planning and much more...it's up to date and it's free.
The Pacific Asian Log traces its origins back to radio station call lists first published in New Zealand during the 1930's, and is volunteer supported and produced as a free service for everyone.
Donate Now to Upgrade PAL this Holiday Season
If you'd like to make a donation towards upgrading today's Radio Guides with even more information please use your VISA or Mastercard this holiday season and click on the donation button at www.radioheritage.net.
The Radio Heritage Foundation, host of the Pacific Asian Log Radio Guides, is a registered non-profit organization connecting radio heritage and popular culture across the Pacific. Website: www.radioheritage.net