Dave Kernick of Interval Signals Online writes: Mongolia’s public broadcaster, Mongolian National Broadcasting (MNB), now provides live audio and video streaming of its main radio and television services from its website at www.mnb.mn.
The recently revamped website is mainly in Mongolian, but the stream link for MNB Television is clearly indicated with a television icon, whilst the Mongolian Radio 1st and 2nd Programme streams are designated in English as “FM 106.0″ and “FM 100.9″ respectively. The 2nd Programme was noted occasionally identifying in English simply as “Public Radio”.
There is also a link for MNB’s external radio service, Voice of Mongolia, with a dropdown menu listing its five language services. However, these links currently lead only to MP3 music files.
MNB broadcasts its radio First and Second Programmes on shortwave, mediumwave, longwave and FM throughout the country, while Voice of Mongolia is available on shortwave and mediumwave for audiences abroad.
The TV channel is broadcast terrestrially and on the Telstar 18 satellite at 138 degrees east, frequency 12690 MHz, horizontal polarization, symbol rate 43200, FEC 3/4. The organization has another website, devoted to digital broadcasting, at www.mnbc.tv.