I have a radio show, It's called the Alternative Transportatioon Radio Show. It's on Shortwave. You can listen on Saturday at 3:00 PM Eastern, which translates to 2:00 PM Central, 1:00 PM Mountain and 12:00 Noon Pacific.
I have paid for airtime on a 50,000 watt transmitter, located in the state of Maine.
The frequency is 7415 kHz.
I don't know how long I'm going to continue this , however. Airtime is kind of expensive.
I tried broadcasting in the spring of 2004, but I was doing it live, and it was a hassle. Now I'm doing the show on a cassette tape and mailing the tape to the radio station.
You might have missed the first show, last Saturday, Sept. 8th.
Next show will be Saturday Sept. 15th, as I said, three PM Eastern, on 7.415 megahertz shortwave.
If anyone can listen and tell me how the broadcast is coming in, I would appreciate a signal report.
I don't think I'll do this show for very long, maybe just for the month.
The show is NOT exclusively about bicycles, I also discuss trains and other means of geting around.