2010

January

01: Germany - Hessischer Rundfunk ceases broadcasting on 594 kHz.
01: Moldova - The transmitter in Maiac on 621 kHz (relaying International Russian Radio) is switched off.


March

10: Germany - Radio Bremen ceases transmitting on 936 kHz. SWR Ulm shifts from 711 to 1413 kHz.
11: Belarus - The 50 kW transmitter on 1026 kHz in Palykavicy (Mahileh) is switched off.

April

04: United Kingdom - Radio Caroline makes a special broadcast on 531 kHz.
Geluidsfragment Extract of Radio Caroline on 531 kHz on 4 April 2010 (courtesy of Hugo Matten)    01:34, 32 kbps, 365 kB (MP3)
06: United Kingdom - Sunshine Radio on 1530 kHz went off air due to financial problems. The licence was handed back to OFCOM.
07: Bulgaria - Bulgarian National Radio ceases transmitting on a large number of frequencies, keeping only one  longwave frequency and only a handful of medium wave frequencies


October

30: Sweden - Radio Sweden ceases all medium and short wave broadcasts.
    QSL of Tercaom Sweden for the last day on 1179 kHz (courtesy of Gé Huijbens)  2159 kB (jpg)

November

29: United Kingdom - Radio West Suffolk ceases transmitting on 1530 kHz and turns to FM.

December

05: Switzerland: SRS Option Musique, the last operating MW station in the country, ceases broadcasting on 765 kHz.
Geluidsfragment Listen to extracts from the last hour of RSR Option Musique on 765 kHz (courtesy of Hugo Matten)  03:13, 32 kbps, 757 kB (MP3)

31: Russia - Deutsche Welle ceases broadcasting via Sint-Petersburg (693 & 1188 kHz)



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