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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Weekly edition of Media Network Plus debuts on satellite radio Saturday July 30, 2011

Last fall Keith Perron of PCJ Radio asked me to co-host a monthly news show on the global media industry. The first 55-minute broadcast aired on November 26, 2010.

From the outset Keith has been receiving requests for a weekly edition of the show. So starting Saturday July 30, 2011 a 30-minute edition of MNP will air weekly on satellite radio on the World Radio Network.

Here are the details:

Broadcasting Saturdays to:
  • Africa/Asia Pacific - from 1000UTC to 1030UTC on Intelsat 10 Satellite
  • Europe - from 1300UTC to 1330UTC on Eutelsat HOT BIRD 6 Satellite
  • North America - from 2100UTC to 2130UTC on Galaxy 19 Satellite
In the US and Canada the show can be heard Saturdays at 2 pm PST on Sirius XM satellite radio channel 120 and in the UK on Sky Digital channel 122.

More satellite information at the MNP blog or at the World Radio Network website.

Podcasts available at the Media Network Plus page on the PCJ Media website.


Vasyl Pawlowsky said...

All I can say is Kudos... You have done a great job solo over the years, and finally someone like Keith has picked up on the value which you personally, together with your vast assortment of friends can provide.

This is great news! Looking forward to future developments.


Pawlina said...

Thanks, Vasyl, for the kind words and good wishes.

It is very exciting!

Actually it's a dream come true. When satellite radio first came on the scene I thought it was an ideal venue for a Ukrainian program aimed at a mainstream audience.

We're not there yet but this is close! MNP provides a golden opportunity to explore the media industry in Ukraine and as it relates to Ukraine and Ukrainians around the world ... and share those findings with a world audience.

Beyond that, who knows? But for now, MNP has some very interesting programming in store for satellite subscribers, Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian alike.

So stay tuned!

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