Wednesday, September 03, 2008

World DX Club

From the WorldDXClub website: " The World DX Club was founded in 1968, and the first edition of Contact published by the club was mailed soon afterwards. Today, the club continues to publish Contact Magazine every month, consisting of at least 52 pages containing news and information and comment by Dxers for Dxers. We have around 250 members from all over the world, so why not join us? See below for subscription rates, how to join or how to request a sample copy of Contact Magazine. The World DX Club also maintains a regularly updated list of broadcasts from over 100 stations. It's called "Times & Frequencies in English". World DX Club members can also join our own e-mail group, which provides immediate e-mails on time sensitive station and programme information, station schedules as received, advanced text versions of the Radio Topics and Mike Barraclough's DX News columns, and also links to the full Glenn Hauser DX Listening Digest reports when published".

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