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Read this: RTE's ending of long wave transmission

Summary: Reception of RTEacute One on long wave such as BBC Radio 4 provides simple-to-tune long-range coverage free from co-channel interference experienced on medium wave using simple portable equipment like a transistor radio or car radio. RTEacute should reflect on the benefits of continuing the transmission on long wave by running it in parallel with DAB and FM transmissions. - www.irishtimes.com

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Thursday, 11 December 2014
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steve p
3:56 PM

I should think LW ideal for Ireland.

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steve p's 1,161 posts Gold Gold US
Saturday, 13 December 2014
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Brian Rawlinson
2:15 PM

May I add my support to keeping this service. I would miss it greatly, as I would the BBC Radio 4 if it was to go.

Brian Rawlinson
Greenock

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Brian Rawlinson's 6 posts GB
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MikeB
7:24 PM

Brian Rawlinson: But relatively few listen to LW - five years ago it cost £100 per head, and thats probably increased now.

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MikeB's 1,938 posts Gold Gold GB
Sunday, 14 December 2014
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steve p
4:32 PM

Mike B if the relatively few cannot get it on FM or digital then they should be served.

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steve p's 1,161 posts Gold Gold GB
Briantist
4:42 PM

steve p: Where can't you get an FM, DAB, Freeview (including Lite), internet (fixed, 3G or Wifi) or satellite TV service?

Not many of those places left I would venture.

If you can't get any of the above, I guess you're not paying the £150 a year fee and don't really deserve a special service.

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Briantist's 38,757 posts Owner Owner US
Briantist
4:45 PM

Brian Rawlinson: Same question really... how can you not manage to listen one of the many, many other ways.

1) Freeview (98.5% coverage)
2) Freesat (or Sky, or Freesat-from-Sky, or fta satellite)
3) VIrgin Media
4) Internet (wired, wireless)
5) DAB
6) FM

Are you just choosing not to?

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Briantist's 38,757 posts Owner Owner US

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