Radio Seagull on 1395

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Postby alec » Tue Nov 15, 2011 11:41 pm

John - what about giving a time slot on 1395 to all our favorite stations ? :wink: :lol:
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Postby John Freeman » Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:22 am

That's an interesting suggestion Alec - though we are finding 1575 quite reasonable :oops:
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Postby alec » Wed Nov 16, 2011 12:26 am

John Freeman wrote:That's an interesting suggestion Alec - though we are finding 1575 quite reasonable :oops:

- yes but it doesn't get down to here :cry:
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Postby David Parr » Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:20 pm

Yes, reception at the end in NW England was very good after dark. I do hope that a decision will be made to give us some more!

Is there someone I should email to let them know?
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Postby Amara » Thu Nov 17, 2011 6:31 pm

David Parr wrote:Yes, reception at the end in NW England was very good after dark. I do hope that a decision will be made to give us some more!

Is there someone I should email to let them know?



The specific reception reports section has gone now but Radio Seagull can be contacted here:-

http://www.radioseagull.com/contactus.htm
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Postby alec » Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:31 pm

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Postby BigJohn » Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:27 am

1575 no good here in Derbyshire. Too close to Nottingham!

Can`t you put something on 1395 -now its free again-John?
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Postby DAVE61 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 10:04 am

radio seagull have added the following message to they website

1395 Reception Reports

In order to assess our transmission on 1395 AM, along with our web master Paul Stiles, we devised a reception report page to analyse how strong the signal would be, where people were picking us up and how often they listened to us and where the listened to us, for example at home, in the car or at work.

This information would give us an overview of 1395’s transmission area; we had over 600 reports sent from all over the world and for those of you who sent in the reports A BIG THANK YOU from all of us at Radio Seagull. We were overwhelmed by your reports and often kind comments about Radio Seagull and your reports have proved to be invaluable data in assessing the best place for any future transmission on 1395 AM.

In return for the completed reports returned to us, we ran an on air promotion that we would give away a CD to the person who lived the furthest away and could hear us on 1395 and a CD to a lucky winner drawn from the hat from all those that entered. Those lucky winners are:
Alan Willie in Canada- as the furthest away listener
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Daniel Wächter from Germany - as our lucky dip winner.

As we bow out of 2011 and we look back, it has been a fantastic time for the Jenni Baynton and Radio Seagull, not only did we have the annual Offshore Period, she went to sea again during the 1395 Test Transmission period to prove what we know already, the best programmes and music come from a ship at sea!!!!!!
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Postby John Freeman » Fri Dec 02, 2011 1:22 am

BigJohn wrote:1575 no good here in Derbyshire. Too close to Nottingham!

Can`t you put something on 1395 -now its free again-John?


I don't expect MAR will return to 1395 in the forseeable future, if at all.
1575 does have certain advantages plus it seems very likely 1395 will be being used from the JB by Big L or someone else.
1575 should still reach certain parts of Derbyshire such as Buxton, Glossop and New Mills.
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Postby BigJohn » Fri Dec 02, 2011 12:31 pm

OK John -certainly hope you are right about Seagull using it.

That last test tx was just great- really strong here- much more so than Trintelhaven ever was.

Will persevere with 1575 and keep sending you test reports.
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