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30CB638E
01-09-2008, 13:58
Hi!

I would like to send many QSL cards to different radio broadcasters (like OldieStar, BBC, RTL...) .
Will they answer me ?

Do you have any experience with that ?

drmdab
07-09-2008, 10:41
Hi,

yes, very good experiences. DW, BR, HCJB, RTL, biteXpress and RAI answered fast and friendly, just to name a few.

30CB638E
07-09-2008, 13:51
Thank you very much!! :)

drmdab
07-09-2008, 14:15
Maybe this link is also interesting for you:http://www.drmradio.co.uk/html/qsl_page.html

By the way, some broadcasters transmit email-addresses in their DRM broadcasts (DW eg. drm @ dw-world.de) where you can send reports to.
You can find the addresses for regular mail in WRTH or on the websites.

JC Aragon
14-12-2008, 10:18
I have received by mail post a QSL card, with full details , concernig the reception of this :


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9v5sn3L3iyY

A special DW QSL card like this :

http://www.drmradio.co.uk/assets/images/DW1.jpg

Nov 26th , 14.50 UTC, 9545 Khz, Transmitter in Moosbrum.

QSL card signed by Horst Scholz, Transmission Management.

Reception report sent by email, giving only a link of the video quoted above. This is the first time I have done a reception report using that method.

Same method and reception report sent to BBC.

No reply so far. I am afraid there will not be a reply from the BBC.

JC Aragon
30-01-2009, 07:53
Today I have received a QSL card from Radio Romania International.

Full detail QSL card, but there is no a single mention about it's a DRM transmission or that QSL is refered to a DRM transmission.

I sent the reception report by email and used this link for showing how I received it : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VflyxKjLwqc

With the QSL card , I have received a sticker and a stationīs schedule.

All in 2 months.

JC Aragon
30-01-2009, 16:21
Does anybody know an e-mail address to send a reception report to RTL Radio?.

drm@rtl.com does not work.

Thank you so much.

drmdab
30-01-2009, 17:09
Try Jacquot_Junk at bce.lu They have some nice QSLs available. :)

JC Aragon
30-01-2009, 18:29
Thank you so much.