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Editorial: Nautel Memorable Stories

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Earlier this year Nautel in Nova Scotia, Canada became our first Content Partner.

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We've just added two more stories from their collection. They're a great way to expand our story coverage into new areas and a must read for those of you who enjoy technical features. It's another aspect of radio memories and an important one!

Each story also has a direct signup for the Nautel Wave newsletter so you can find out more, maybe get some ideas for your own station and stay in touch with the latest news and information.

This month we add Australian Sky Sports Radio boosting their network, and Radio Veritas now serving South Africa on AM.

Check out the Nautel Memorable Stories links on the right hand column of any page of our project site, and enjoy our growing number of stories from Australia, Mexico, Denmark, South Africa, Cambodia, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Hawaii and Canada. Just click on the ones of interest and you'll open a new feature page for each one!

Our thanks to Nautel for their ongoing support of this project to protect our global radio heritage memories.

Hackett's Cove near Halifax, Nova Scotia

Hackett's Cove near Halifax, Nova Scotia, in Canada, the home of radio electronics giant Nautel. © P199, Wikimedia Commons


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