1934

January

01: Germany - Mühlacker returns to the air with 100 kW on 574 kHz.
14: Norway - The Luzern frequency plan becomes effective: Oslo uses 260 kHz instead of the planned 253 kHz.
15: Germany - Station Wiederau, the former Sender Leipzig, moves from 770 to 785 kHz.
15: Germany -  Reichssender Köln, the former WERAG transmitter, changes frequency to 658 kHz and raises power to 100 kW.
17: Luxembourg - Radio Luxembourg starts transmitting on 1304 kHz.

May

17: Norway - Finnmark gets a new 10 kW transmitter in Vadsø on 347 kHz.

June

14: Switzerland - The Swiss Broadcasting Corporation broadcasts its first medium wave programme.

July

29: Norway - Trondelag (629 kHz) raises power to 20 kW.
??: Estonia - Music was broadcasted for the first time during daytime (until this was only broadcasted in the evenings).


September

06: UK - The Droitwich transmitting station comes on the air using 200 kHz (1500 mtr).

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October

??: UK - Official opening of the Droitwich transmitting station.



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