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Oz gets a voice

Oz gets a voice

Radio Australia has officially launched a 24-hour English-language service in Phnom

Penh, bringing news, current affairs and radio features to the frequency 101.5FM.

With a new one-kilowatt transmitter located at Cambodian National Radio, the service

can be heard at least 50 kilometers outside the capital and joins the BBC as the

second 24-hour English language radio available in Cambodia. Radio Australia's Khmer

language service has been broadcast into Cambodia since 1992 and was one of the survivors

of budget cuts during the 1990s.

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