Talk:Telecommunications in Western Sahara

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SADR[edit]

The SADR National Radio or Radio Nacional de la REPUBLICA ÁRABE SAHARAUI DEMOCRÁTICA, also announcing the Spanish language Service as "Radio Nacional de la R.A.S.D.", has been broadcasting since December 28 1975. Airing the AM service on 1550 kHz every day until 2400 UTC usually in Hassaniya and Arabic, the daily transmission schedule usually finishes broadcasting about one hour in Spanish, relaying all language services also on SW 7460 kHz quite frequently.—Preceding unsigned comment added by Guiriguanche (talkcontribs)