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by April 20, 2017 General

Navigation for RNZ Pacific

RNZ Pacific (RNZI) broadcasts at the following frequencies and times to different parts of the Pacific Region.

Expect schedule changes from time to time to take account of propagation to our target audience.

NB: Every month on the first Wednesday is Maintenance day at our transmitter site from 2230 – 0600 UTC. ( Thursdays 1030 – 1800 NZST) During this period there may be interruptions to our programmes.

26 Mar 2017 – 28 Oct 2017

UTCkHzTargetDays
04:59 – 06:5811725 AMPacificDaily
06:59 – 10:587425 (AM)PacificDaily
10:59 – 12:587425 (AM)NW Pacific, PNGDaily
12:59 – 18:585995 AMPacificSat
12:59 – 16:505995 AMPacificSun – Fri
16:51 – 17:456115 DRMCook Islands, Samoa, TongaSun – Fri
17:46 – 18:356115 DRMCook Islands, Samoa, TongaSun – Fri
18:36 – 19:509760 DRMCook Islands, Samoa, TongaSun – Fri
18:59 – 19:589700 AMPacificSat
19:51 – 20:5011690 DRMCook Islands, Samoa, TongaSun – Fri
19:59 – 20:5811725 AMPacificSat
20:51 – 22:5813840 AMPacificDaily
22:59 – 04:5815720 AMPacificDaily

Bougainville/Papua New Guinea and Timor Transmission 1100 -1300 UTC

From 1100 -1300 UTC our programme is directed to the North Western Pacific and Asia.

Satellite

RNZI is available on Satellite, courtesy of TVNZ Pacific Service.

The coverage area extends from Singapore, and eastward to the Cook Islands, which includes Fiji, Tonga, Niue and Samoa.

  • IS19/23 C Slot A
  • DL 4146.5 V
  • FEC 3/4
  • SR 5.6320

How to Listen

Shortwave frequencies
List of radio frequencies around the Pacific

RNZI programmes
List of Radio New Zealand International programmes available to listen online

RNZI podcasts
Links to podcast feeds for Radio New Zealand International programmes

World Radio Network
Timetable of international broadcasts through the World Radio Network

Rebroadcasters
List of radio stations across the Pacific region that broadcast RNZI programmes

QSL
Send us a shortwave reception report

About our transmitters
Technical information about our broadcast equipment

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