pirate radio station

pirate radio station
"пиратская" станция

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  • pirate radio station — ► a radio station that broadcasts illegally: »Several pirate radio stations were run by the rebel fighters. Main Entry: ↑pirate …   Financial and business terms

  • Radio City (pirate radio station) — Radio City was a British pirate radio station that broadcast from Shivering Sands Army Fort, one of the abandoned World War II Maunsell Sea Forts in the Thames Estuary. Origins In 1964, following the launch of Radio Caroline, Screaming Lord Sutch …   Wikipedia

  • pirate radio — pirate radios N VAR Pirate radio is the broadcasting of radio programmes illegally. [BRIT] ...a pirate radio station …   English dictionary

  • Pirate radio in North America — CubaGovernment propaganda stationsSince the 1960s and the advent of the revolutionary government of Fidel Castro, the United States has engaged in a number of overt and covert political broadcasting operations intended to undermine the government …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate radio — For other uses, see Pirate Radio (disambiguation). Pirate radio is illegal or unregulated radio transmission. The term is most commonly used to describe illegal broadcasting for entertainment or political purposes, but is also sometimes used for… …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate radio in Australasia — Australian radio audiences have had little to no exposure of pirate radio. There were no broadcasts as part of the World War II propaganda campaigns and only commercial stations were available during the late 1980s and early 1990s a period when… …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate radio in Limerick — Limerick has had an amount of pirate radio stations over the years, however not many of these have had sufficient longevity to make a significant impact.The biggest radio stations in the region from the late 70s to mid 80s were RLWE (Radio… …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate radio in France — An introduction to the subject of Pirate Radio can be found under that heading. France (History of Pirate Radio) In 1955, in order to circumvent the prohibition of commercial broadcasting that had been imposed in France after the Second World War …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate radio in Europe — Radio portal An introduction to the subject of pirate radio can be found under that heading. Contents 1 Belgium (from international waters) …   Wikipedia

  • Pirate Radio (disambiguation) — Pirate Radio can refer to: * Pirate radio, the practice of broadcasting illegal or unregulated radio transmissions * Pirate Radio, the nickname of WSOU 89.5FM, the radio station of Seton Hall University * Pirate Radio (Nashville), a radio program …   Wikipedia

  • pirate radio —    ‘Pirate radio’, as we know it, began at sea in 1958 with Radio Mercur broadcasting to Denmark from the ship Cheeta. Piracy hit Britain from Radio Veronica’s ship when the Commercial Neutral Broadcasting Company made its first ever sea pirate… …   Encyclopedia of contemporary British culture


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