Text of report by Burmese opposition radio Democratic Voice of Burma web site on 27 May
Dear listeners. As the Democratic Voice of Burma [DVB] is planning to produce weekend TV programmes as well, DVB is adding a new radio frequency to its evening programme for better clarity and reception. The additional radio frequency for the evening broadcast is shortwave 19 meter band at 15480 KHz and will begin transmission from Saturday, 28 May.
DVB has already test broadcasted from this new metre band for a while and discovered that the reception is much better than the existing frequencies. That is why DVB will be regularly broadcasting its evening programme from 19 metre band at 15480 KHz from 28 May onwards. DVB would also like to urge its patrons to listen to the programme from this new frequency.
In addition, DVB will continue to broadcast its evening programmes unchanged from the usual frequencies at shortwave 16 and 49 meter bands.
(Source: Democratic Voice of Burma web site, Oslo, in Burmese 1430 gmt 27 May 05 via BBC Monitoring)
[The transmission time is 1430-1530 UTC]