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WRTH 2024

The World Radio TV Handbook 2024 or WRTH 2024 is the most accurate and complete guide to the world of radio on LF, MF, SW and VHF, available in any form (AM, FM, DAB/DAB+, HD). This is the 78th edition of this great directory. The 2024 edition is the second to come from its new owners Radio Data Center, a member of the RDS Forum since long.

The book gives many details on national and international broadcasts and broadcasters, Clandestine and other target broadcasters, MW and SW frequency listings, and an extensive Reference section.

The country by country section of the book now presents the most up-to-date and detailed AM, FM, DAB, and HD radio information. This kind of a reference is just unique if you need radio operation details from countries worldwide.

The editors do not plan to include RDS PI codes and DAB SIds in the printed book as this is are at the very limit regarding the number of pages (actually a weight problem) and only a small percentage of readers would be interested in these technical items.

However, this information is available on the editor's website, and for those who have a professional interest in these details, the Radio Data Center offers paid licenses with full access to all details. Several of their licensees are also members of RDS Forum, and anyone interested in obtaining/accessing such details is invited to contact the editors directly.

The price of the book is EUR 49,90

The editors have created a WRTV WebApp which runs in a browser on any modern operating system and device, on smart phones, tablets, PCs, in connected cars and your smart TV at home. The WebApp has the same structure as the printed book, but is updated daily (!), and contains, in addition, addresses and contact details for all stations, including station website, streams, and social media links. As an upgrade to the printed book, it costs only 10 EUR.

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