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Power 612 was a privately owned broadcasting company, which transmitted from May 1998 to January 2004 a German-speaking pop music program on the mediumwave frequency 612 kHz via the transmitter Kiel-Kronshagen. Power 612 was receivable in the whole of northern Germany, Denmark and southern Sweden.
According to the waveplan of Geneva, the transmitter of Power 612 had to be shut down at nighttime.
2011: There is no more MW-facility in Kiel-Kronshagen. Power 612 does only exist as internet-broadcasting system
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