This friendly QSL letter from WIOZ 550 AM arrived in our mailbox today. It is a vacation logging, I logged the station while my wife drove the car. Thank you to Rich Rushforth, Operations Manager of WIOZ.
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A QSL from the Edward R. Murrow Transmitting Station for a Radio Marti broadcast came today in the mail. That is the second one for Radio Martí in my collection (see below.) Radio Martí was launched on 20 May 1985 as a broadcast towards Cuba and is modeled after Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. They can be heard throughout North America and beyond. A biographic sketch of the Cuban writer José Martí for whom the broadcasts are named can be seen on the first QSL card below.
Radio Jugoslavia was the external broadcasting service of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia until 1992 and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia from 1992 to 2003. Its successor International Radio of Serbia (Međunarodni Radio Srbija) was the official international broadcast service of Serbia from 2003 to 2015. It signed off the shortwave bands on 15 July 2015.
Radio Jugoslavia and International Radio of Serbia sent the QSL cards below for my reception reports.