How to listen/Schedule

Broad Spectrum Radio is a block of eclectic peace-oriented programming curated by James M. Branum and broadcast via three radio services:

Broad Spectrum Radio - International Shortwave Broadcasts Broad Spectrum Radio - Oklahoma Local Broadcasts Broad Spectrum Radio Internet Broadcasts - Streaming and Podcast

 

 

  • Local/Regional Mediumwave/AM broadcasts

      • Community Talk KTLR AM 890 Oklahoma CityFridays, 11-11:15 am CDT (16:00 UTC) – 890 khz., KTLR from Oklahoma City, broadcasting throughout Central Oklahoma and as far as North Texas and South Kansas.

    Periodic -1610 khz., Sonador Radio (a part 15, Low Power AM radio station) from the Montague-Sonador neighborhood of far Northwest Oklahoma City.



  • International Shortwave Broadcasts


      • Channel 292 LogoTBA – 6070 khz. Channel 292 from Rohrbach, Bavaria, Germany, broadcasting to Europe, North Africa and the Middle East

      • Unique 3210 LogoPeriodic broadcasts – 3210 khz. – Unique Radio from Gunnedah, New South Wales, Australia.

  • Local FM broadcasts:

    • Fridays, 11-11:15 am CDT (16:00 UTC) – 103.7 Mhz., K279CR (FM Translator of KTLR) from Oklahoma City, broadcasting in the Oklahoma City Metro area

  • Online

    • All of our current and past episodes can be downloaded from our website.

 

 


Summary Schedule

For those listeners who are unfamiliar with UTC time, we use it for our schedules to enable our international audience to more precisely follow our schedule. (a good good explanation can be found on SWLing.com)

To do easy conversions, just learn the offset between your local time zone and UTC (for instance, in the summer months, New York City in the US’s Eastern time zone is 4 hours behind UTC, which would be an offset of -4). Or just use this converter from TimeandDate.com