KLAUS

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Sunday, December 28, 2014

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There's always that spine tingling thrill when you do something illegal. Something illegal like broadcasting your own radio program through the airwaves. Pirate transmitting has been around for almost half a century and was at the height of its popularity around the 1960's with the Pirate broadcasting via a vessel - RNI and Caroline were the most popular examples. Radio Pirates run illegal shortwave or FM radio stations against the law. Why? Because it's fun and quite a thriller to be running your own radio station and know that people are listening to you. Or perhaps they just feel that they have this obligation or responsibility to provide the public with alternative radio programs. Dutch Pirates playing often Polka music or other kind of music which is very rarely to hear on the legal official radio stations. And the highlights are the Identifications. That is an own "cult" and an urgent detail:  there is always a pirate station ident, and they are all better produced as the boring ID's of the legal stations. True fact. And if you are not owner of a high priced shortwave receiver: there is a fine website from TWENTE in the NETHERLANDS, which provide reception of the Pirates via a web-SDR (software defined radio). Here is the >> LINK <<<.
With this web-receiver it is for everyone possible to listen PIRATE RADIO. Enjoy it !!!!!!!!!!