1948

In 1948 the Copenhagen frequency plan came into effect. There is also a frequency list available from just before this plan.


March

15: Norway - Narvik (0.25 kW) starts broadcasting on 1222 kHz.
17: Germany - AFN Stuttgart starts broadcasting.

April

10: Germany - Leipzig-Wiederau II (100 kW) ceases broadcasting the Berliner Rundfunk on 722 kHz. It will now be used for Soviet relays (Radio Moskva and Radio Wolga).
12: Norway - Vigra (since 1947 on 629 kHz) gets a new 100 kW transmitter.

August

08: Norway - Hamar (519 kHz) gets a new 1 kW transmitter.

October

01: Denmark - Danmarks Radio starts broadcasting.

December

02: Norway - Oslo's power is raised to 100 kW.
15: Norway - Odda (0.25 kW) starts broadcasting on 1348 kHz.
16: Germany - Berlin-Tegel ceases broadcasting (mast destroyed by French military governement)

Unknown

??: Norway - Geilo (0.25 kW) starts broadcasting on 1348 kHz



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