CLICK HERE to see the entire transmission schedule for WRMI Okeechobee -- all times, frequencies and azimuths (beam directions). Haz clic aquí para ver el horario completo de WRMI Okeechobee con todos los horarios, frecuencias y blancos.
How to Hear WRMI
If you are anywhere in the world, you can hear WRMI’s signal on your shortwave radio. Please see the links to our frequency and time charts below to find the frequency(ies) that are beamed to your part of the world, and see the program listings below to find the days and times of individual programs. If you don’t have a shortwave radio, you can find receivers of all price ranges -- from less than $10 up to several hundred dollars -- at retail stores (especially electronic stores) in many countries, and from online retailers such as universal-radio.com (U.S. and Canada only), amazon.com, ccrane.com, walmart.com, sears.com, etc.
If you are anywhere in the world, you can use remote webSDR shortwave receivers to pick up our shortwave signal. Many of these can be found on the website sdr.hu. You can choose a receiver in any of dozens of locations around the world and tune it to one of our frequencies to hear the shortwave transmission via your computer, tablet or smartphone.
If you are anywhere in the world, you can click on the live stream player on the bottom right side of our home page (on this website) to hear our 9955 kHz programming.
If you are anywhere in the world, you can hear WRMI’s 9955 kHz live stream on services such as TuneIn, Streema, Radio.Garden and other similar programs that are accessible on smartphones, tablets and computers. Do a search for “WRMI” when you connect to each of these services.
If you are in the United States, you can listen to some WRMI programs on AudioNow by calling +1-712-432-8868. This is a domestic U.S. phone call.
If you have problems picking us up, please e-mail us for further technical advice at email@example.com.
Cómo escuchar WRMI
Si estás en cualquier parte del mundo, puedes oír la señal de WRMI en tu radio de onda corta. Por favor, vea los enlaces a nuestros horarios abajo para encontrar las frecuencias que son dirigidas a tu parte del mundo, y los listados de programas abajo para encontrar los horarios de los programas individuales. Si no tienes un radio de onda corta, puedes encontrar receptores de todos los rangos de precios -- desde menos de $10 hasta varios cientos de dólares -- en tiendas minoristas (especialmente tiendas electrónicas) en muchos países, y de compañías en línea tales como universal-radio.com (solo en Estados Unidos y Canadá), amazon.com, ccrane.com, walmart.com, sears.com, etc.
Si estás en cualquier parte del mundo, puedes usar receptores remotos de ondas cortas webSDR para escuchar nuestra señal de onda corta. Muchos de estos se pueden encontrar en el sitio web sdr.hu. Puedes escoger un receptor en cualquiera de las decenas de ubicaciones alrededor del mundo y sintonizar una de nuestras frecuencias para escuchar la transmisión de onda corta a través de su computadora, tableta o teléfono inteligente.
Si estás en cualquier parte del mundo, puedes hacer clic donde dice "Escuchar Audio" o en el tocador de audio en el lado derecho inferior de nuestra pagina principal (de esta pagina web) para escuchar nuestra programacion en 9955 kHz onda corta.
Si estás en cualquier parte del mundo, puedes escuchar la programacion en vivo de nuestra frecuencia de 9955 kHz via servicios como TuneIn, Streema, Radio.Garden y otros programas similares que son accesibles en smartphones, tabletas y computadoras. Haz una búsqueda para “WRMI” cuando conectas a cualquier de estos servicios.
Si estás en los Estados Unidos, puedes escuchar algunos programas de WRMI en AudioNow llamando al + 1-712-432-8868. Esta es una llamada telefónica nacional en los Estados Unidos.
Si tienes problemas para captarnos, por favor envíanos un correo electrónico para obtener más asesoramiento técnico en firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hal Turner Radio Show Live from New York City every Wednesday evening from 9:00 – 11:00 pm eastern US time (GMT-0400), “The Hal Turner Radio Show” is a brash, dicey foray into political IN-correctness, news and issues of the day. Touting his show as “free speech, no matter who doesn’t like it” Turner “Drives a stake through the heart of political correctness” and “sends the sacred cows of the liberal-left, scurrying for cover.” The show regularly talks about news, but has a very direct focus on social and cultural issues as well. Turner not only rebukes those he calls “social Justice Warriors” he actually goes out of his way to make fun of them and insult them! The unabashed Conservative Republican has a mischievous Libertarian streak, and he lets loose with his views every Wednesday evening. Callers to the show are NOT pre-screened for content. There is no censorship on this show, and the “language of the common man” (i.e. cuss words) is commonplace. The show is not for the faint of heart. Turner began his show on shortwave in the year 2000. He got shut down by the feds in 2009 after publishing an Editorial they didn’t like on his web site. That Editorial said that three federal judges in Chicago were “Traitors to the Constitution.” He then quoted Thomas Jefferson’s “Tree of Liberty letter” saying “The tree of liberty must be replenished from time to time with the blood of tyrants and patriots” and concluding with his view that the judges “deserve to be killed.” The feds said this was a “threat.” Turner said it was an opinion. Turner was arrested, put on trial THREE times, driven into Bankruptcy from legal fees, and ultimately convicted. He served 33 months in federal prison. Out of prison in 2012, and off supervised release in 2015, Turner immediately returned to the airwaves on WBCQ, and now, his show also airs simultaneously on WRMI 9455. Visit his web site at http://HalTurnerRadioShow.com or email him at Hal.Turner@outlook.com
Blues Radio International brings Blues music to the world, with a potential audience of many tens of millions. It is the only weekly international shortwave radio broadcast devoted entirely to Blues music. BRI broadcasts worldwide through Radio Miami International, a privately owned, FCC-licensed international radio station based in Miami, Florida. The show can be heard on shortwave radio every Sunday at 9:00 pm Eastern Standard Time (0200 Monday UTC) on 9955 kHz in the 31 meter shortwave band. BRI also is streamed simultaneously on the Internet at www.wrmi.net. The program features both classic and new Blues music. BRI is a proud supporter of the Blues Foundation.
3 JULY 1979 - 6240 KHZ - 1,5 W. - For the 1st time in Italy a short wave private and independent radio, broadcasts its signal in the ether: it is "COMPAGNIA ITALIANA DI RADIODIFFUSIONE"; this name was soon abandoned and replaced into the English one "ITALIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION – IBC RADIO". Some obvious problems began: the costs were always more expensive for a radio that began as a hobby, but which had become much more. If you think that more than 100 reception reports arrived every week, and each one had to be confirmed with a QSL card. The costs for the transmitters were always higher, as were those for cassette recorders, the power, the certificates, the aerials......
World Radio Network is a program service which incorporates segments from various international broadcasters from around the world. Programming includes news, current affairs, financial and cultural programs, science and music, mailbag and DX segments. Most of the contributing broadcast stations are government-owned or public radio stations.
Radio Eslovaquia Internacional (RSI)
Las emisiones de RSI tratan sobre el acontecer diario en Eslovaquia en toda su riqueza espectral, desde la información económica y actualidad política, hasta temas de educación, ciencia, cultura, arte y deporte. Radio Eslovaquia Internacional, desde que fue creada en 1993, transmite durante los siete días de la semana, en lengua inglesa, francesa, alemana, rusa, espaňola y eslovaca. Radio Eslovaquia Internacional presenta las bellezas naturales de Eslovaquia y sus posibilidades turísticas. Da a conocer la historia, los monumentos, sus personalidades, recupera las costumbres, tradiciones y especialidades de los eslovacos que viven en el país y en el extranjero, y de las minorías nacionales que viven en territorio eslovaco. En su rúbrica musical presenta la creación de compositores e intérpretes eslovacos.
Supreme Master TV
Constructive programming for a peaceful world. Noteworthy news about global warming, animal rights, peace news, the world around us, nature’s beauty, the cinema scene, healthy living, science and spirituality, uplighting literature, be vegan and green, secrets of the universe, lectures by Supreme Master Ching Hai and much more. Supreme Master TV can be heard on WRMI daily from 1100-1400 UTC on 7570 kHz, 1400-2000 UTC on 15770 kHz, 2000-2100 UTC on 5950 kHz and 2100-0000 UTC on 4980 kHz. Please send program comments to email@example.com. Reception reports may be sent to WRMI at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Your Weekend Show is hosted by veteran broadcaster Bob Biermann. Bob has been in radio since 1971, and his career has spanned every aspect of the industry from On-Air, Engineering and even station ownership. Bob brings a unique perspective to his worldwide audience and shares from his own personal life experience in helping others on this life's journey.
Besides being a longtime broadcaster, Bob is a Bishsop in the Anglican Church. You can visit the show's website at http://yourweekendshow.com. You can email Bob at email@example.com. The show maintains a Facebook page that you can access here.
Information, interviews, music, DX news, letters from listeners and travel features. Program has both English and Spanish editions. Producer: Jeff White. Assistant Producer: Thaís White.
Since November, 2014, Countdown2.Christmas Radio has been a home for those who know the world would be a better place if the Christmas spirit ruled hearts year-round. Broadcasting Christmas music 24 hours a day (every day of the year) via its web site (http://c2c.audio), TuneIn, iTunes, Nobex, iPhone and Android apps (and more), Countdown2.Christmas Radio is proud to extend its reach through shortwave radio on WRMI.
Reserve Military Retirement
Reserve Military Retirement talks about reserve military (National Guard, Army Reserve, etcetera) retirement and other related benefit topics. There are a lot of misconceptions and confusion which can easily be resolved by simply speaking in English rather than a bunch of acronyms or legalistic-type speak. This program is intended for service members, family members, and retirement services officers.
Join DJ, a National Guard retirement services officer, as he helps you learn all about the benefits you and your family are earning. You can email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Studio DX è l'unica trasmissione in lingua italiana dedicata al mondo dei BCL, SWL, radioamatori e mondo delle comunicazioni in genere diffusa in onde corte, onde medie, satellite, internet e attraverso una rete di emittenti in modulazione di frequenza. Ideata nel 1978 da Stefano Mannelli IZ3ENH, è realizzata e condotta in studio da Roberto Scaglione di bclnews.it. Studio DX potrà essere ritrasmesso dalle emittenti che ne faranno semplice richiesta indicando le generalità dell'emittente, le frequenze di trasmissione e l'orario in cui sarà prevista la messa in onda. Per ulteriori informazioni, l'archivio e gli indirizzi visitate il nostro sito internet.
Productor: Roberto Scaglione
Bienvenidos a “Frecuencia Al Día", programa semanal producido por Dino Bloise desde la bella ciudad de Miami en los Estados Unidos. Frecuencia Al Día es un espacio informativo sobre temas del mundo de los medios de comunicación, Internet, Radioafición y el maravilloso mundo de las ondas cortas.
Nuestros corresponsales son: Gustavo Luna y Eusebio Sánchez desde EE.UU, Luís Valderas, Francisco Oviedo y Daniel Silva desde Chile, Rubén G. Margenet y Víctor H. González desde Argentina, José Bueno, Alonso Mostazo, Francisco Páez, Pedro Sedano & Martín Estévez (AER) desde España, Miguel A. Reyes & Luís G. Loyola desde México, Ruben W. Suárez desde Uruguay, Yimber Gaviria desde Colombia y Carlos Benoit desde República Dominicana.
Star Trek "Journey to the History of Music"
Since 1999, born from the concept of Andrea Mangiarotti, the title is inspired by the Classical Series of Telefilm, the difference that we will make a Journey into Music History and the Italian Movie History.. news..ecc. ( Talk & Music in Italian language )
Reference Site Show : startrekonline.org
Reference Site DJ : andreamangiarotti.it
WRMI airtime: 2145-2200 UTC Saturday on 15770 kHz