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Do you have any idea of the readership of WRTH? If it's people using it as a guide to listening to international broadcasts then the inclusion of some of the TV stations would make sense.
But if the audience is DXers then I wonder if there would be interest? Typically, satellite transmissions are either there or not. There isn't much technique involved in receiving them, unless you count alignment and dish tweaks but those improvements bring in all broadcasts, not just the international stations.
Back in the 90s the WRTH listed satellite broadcasts but I guess they were dropped for space reasons.
It seems the biggest competitor to the book are the numerous online schedule sites and lists like EiBi and Aoki.
I wish the WRTH could offer an online database with updated schedules year round. Right now I get the book in late December and by April the international section is already out of date.
It's still a must-have book though.
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