1950

March

15: Germany - MDR via Leipzig-Wiederau moves from 785 to 1043 kHz while Radio Moskva moves from 782 to 1322 kHz.
15: Germany - NWDR starts broadcasting via Herford-Egge (2 kW) on 1484 kHz.
15: Norway - The Kopenhagen frequency plan becomes effective. New frequencies are: 155 (Troms°), 218 (Oslo), 520 (Hamar), 629 (Vigra), 675 kHz (Bodo), 701 (Vads°), 890 (Bergen I, Kristiansand, Trondelag), 1115 (Bergen II, Namsos, Notodden), 1313 (Stavanger), 1466 (Geilo, Narvik, Odda, Porsgrunn, Svalbard), 1484 (Faberg, Mosjoen, Rjukan), 1578 (Fredrikstad), 1594 (only briefly used), 1602 kHz (planned).
15: Austria - "Rot-Wei▀-Rot", the broadcaster of the American Zone, changes to 755 kHz. AFN's Blue Danube Network changes to 1142 kHz.

April

02: Germany - RIAS Berlin starts broadcasting on MW via Hof/Saale.

December

22: Germany - NWDR starts broadcasting via Siegen (2 kW) on 755 kHz.
22: Germany - The transmitter in G÷ttingen (971 kHz - 5 kW) starts broadcasting carrying NDR/WDR I.
22: Norway - Mo-I-Rana (0.025 kW) starts broadcasting on 1115 kHz (raised to 0.04 kW in Feb. 1954).
24: Germany - The transmitter in Ulm-Jungingen (1169 kHz, 1 kW) starts broadcasting carrying SDR.



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