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Radio Wind FM 104.5 Mongolia Ulaanbaatar FEBC community radio reaches people

FEBC-Australia‘s David Bayliss stayed behind after the dedication and finished some of the crucial installations, reporting…

The WIND FM auditorium was filled with Mongolians and guests from 13 other countries including Australia, Canada, Finland, Indonesia, Philippines, USA, Singapore, Korea, UK, Germany, Norway, and New Zealand.

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FEBC engineers are  almost  done with the installations…just o­ne week before the opening the most of the studio installation were done, and some went back home (second from the left John Tan to the Philippines, and fourth from the left, Guy West to US), while local Tomroo, David Bayliss (Australia) and Chris Slabaugh (US) stayed. Mike Adams UK had left earlier.
Community Family Radio, Mongolia FEBC Radio station

Community family radio WIND-FM 104.5 is o­ne of the most listened local radio stations in Mongolia. In just a few years, WIND has been recognized by the government of Mongolia as o­ne of two high standard professional radio stations. WIND can potentially reach o­ne million inhabitants in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.
In addition to the local audience reached o­n FM, radio programs produced in WIND-FM’s Ulaanbaatar studios can reach as many as six million Mongolians living in Outer Mongolia and the Chinese Inner Mongolia via shortwave signal from international radio stations, look for details from http://www.wbradio.net -website.

The home of WIND-FM burnt down o­n January 13th, 2003. To replace the building, which was completely destroyed, drawings for a new radio station were prepared free of charge by Christian volunteers in Finland. The new facility was under construction from autumn 2003 until May 2008. Celebration of the inauguration of the new facility was held on May 26th, 2008. The entire radio station construction project is being funded through donations. Finnish volunteers, with the help of local labor and FEBC International staff built it from the ground up.

Familyradio WIND-FM 104,5 in the end of May 2008. Photo by Juha Auvinen, the Messengers.

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Posted by : eilamurphy on Friday, October 03, 2008
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WIND-FM Family Radio has in its lifetime produced alltogether 26 different kind of programs. o­ne popular program, in which quests have been interviewed to share their life experiences is called ‘Father’s Lullaby’. It is being aired at noon, 12:40 o­n Mondays, with repeats o­n Monday, Wednesday and Friday morning and evening. In response to a recent program a listener said…’I am really touched by your program, and I am driving and crying too. I grew up without a father and now I think about my father and feel sorry for him. I just understood now how he wanted to have a love and I am forgiving him. I am now over 40 years. At this stage a man starts to think about many things. The main thing that I understood is that nobody can be without love. I want to talk to the anchor of this program. This is really a good program for the young people that they could understand about life…’
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Tuesday, August 19, 2008
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Larry Podmore writes…The station manager of Wind FM, Bayambaa TUMENOLZII (Byato), shares that during the month, the o­nly time they were off the air was during the four day media blackout during the “State of Emergency” declared by the government in response to the riots that happened during the election. After the lifting of the state of
emergency they focused all their messages o­n the topic of “Peace is our future” to concentrate o­n unity and reconciliation and give the people of Ulaanbaatar a direction during this difficult time. Byato said it was first time for them to experience an emergency like this. The situation led them to think about how they should react as a community radio station in today’s society. (more by clicking the title…)
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Posted by : tuya on Thursday, July 24, 2008
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WIND-FM has started Fan Clubs  (the photo above shows o­ne Fan club gathering). Read more by clicking the title.
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Tuesday, July 22, 2008
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Mongolia
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The annual summer celebration and national ‘olympics’, Naadam festival, was held in Mongolia as usual, o­n July 9-16th. The competitions are held in archery, horse riding and wrestling. Many tourists arrive to Mongolia for this special celebration of traditional sports. This year though, it was preceded by few days of excitement as the government announced a curfew during four days of July 2nd to July 5th. David Bayliss wrote o­n July 9th…
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Posted by : Timo on Saturday, July 05, 2008
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Mongolia
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The day after the WIND-FM dedication, a group of ten Finns set off by van to see the country side. They travelled west of Ulaanbaatar to a place called Tsetserleg Buyant. The day was sunny and calm o­n the way there, but coming home things got complicated when the weather changed and the van got stuck in the snow!(more by clicking the title)
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Wednesday, June 18, 2008
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FEBC-Australia’s David Bayliss stayed behind after the dedication and finished some of the crucial installations, reporting…  “We have completed the installation of the new rack as shown here in the photo next to Tomroo. Just to the right of WIND-FM‘s new rack you can see the TV station’s rack of equipment. Yesterday was a big day at the transmitter site for Tomroo and I as we transferred all the current equipment from the TV station’s rack into our new rack. There remains some additional work (installing of some new equipment where the blanking panels are now, the rewiring of the room’s electrical supply, and the installation of a better grounding system) which will all be completed when I return for my next visit to Mongolia…” (more information by clicking the title)
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Monday, May 26, 2008
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Radio Wind FM dedication seremony participantsMonday, May 26th, was a joyful day in the lives of those attending the 7th Anniversary and official dedication of the Wind FM radio building! The event brought together the Family radio staff, many of the Finnish volunteers and Mongolian construction workers, listeners, and friends, as well as many supporters. As Batjargal said in his opening remarks… ‘Sixty months we have waited for this. The day is here! A lot of sweat and sleepless nights, but the day is here.’ The celebration started with singing worship songs led by a group from the New Life Church. The guests filling the auditorium were deeply moved and it appeared they were joined together in their hearts as o­ne with the idea, “God is good,’ as expressed by FEBC vice president Luke Cheng. The WIND FM auditorium was filled with Mongolians and guests from 13 other countries including Australia, Canada, Finland, Indonesia, Philippines, USA, Singapore, Korea, UK, Germany, Norway, and New Zealand. (read the rest of the story by clicking the title)

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Posted by : eilamurphy on Wednesday, May 21, 2008
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FEBC engineers are  almost  done with the installations…just o­ne week before the opening the most of the studio installation were done, and some went back home (second from the left John Tan to the Philippines, and fourth from the left, Guy West to US), while local Tomroo, David Bayliss (Australia) and Chris Slabaugh (US) stayed. Mike Adams UK had left earlier.
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Wednesday, May 07, 2008
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“From bare walls and a desk, to what is beginning to look like a studio…” FEBC engineer Chris Salbaugh describes how the main o­n ‘air studio’ o­n the third floor got its shape during the past two weeks. (for more to look at and read, click the title above…)
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Posted by : eilamurphy on Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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FEBC engineers Mike Adams, David Bayliss, Guy West (above) and John Tan (below left) have arrived to Ulaanbaatar to install the last studio equipment. They will be working together with Chris Slabaugh (below right) for few more weeks.
The inauguration of WIND-FM will be commenced o­n May 26th, starting 11 AM local time.

Chris Slabaugh writes…
‘In the FEBC prayer target for Monday April 28, the request was for completion of the WIND facilities, completion of construction etc. The engineers here installing equipment have been looking for a solution to a problem in the transmitter. The testing has been going o­n for several days. o­n Monday, when many people around the world were praying, a breakthrough occurred in the search. The transmitter problem has been diagnosed and appropriate measures have started. ‘

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