Monday, October 12, 2020

QSL Intel

Hello happy listeners!

We appreciate reception reports and look forward to sending you QSLs by postal mail. However, we do have a few important guidelines for reception reports.

We work very hard to bring you what we hope is an enjoyable dx program. Please listen to the entire program or as much of it as possible. Someone from Belarus sent us a wonderful audio clip of Free Radio Skybird - unfortunately they only listened to 11 minutes of the show. We were gracious and sent a verification. However, please listen to more than a few minutes, otherwise you miss important details & fun segments that Free Radio Skybird presenters have created for your radio listening enjoyment.

Postal mail reception reports are preferred: 36 West Main Street Warner NH 03278 USA. Please do not include IRCs. Please include a donation of a few American dollars to keep the station going and to help with return postage. We need donations to continue broadcasting because we are self-funded. 

Yes we do send e-qsls to remote locations where mail is not possible due to COVID-19 or other postal considerations however we require a donation of at least $3 USD via PayPal to:

We want to read your letter on the air but we also want it to be thoughtful and well composed. Our mailbag program hosted by One Deck Pete is fun and one of the friendliest mailbag shows on shortwave (our favorite being Radio Emma Toc Global Request Show). 

73 & Thanks for listening.

Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Where to send reception reports and communications:

E-QSLs will no longer be issued as of September 2020. Postal QSLs only. 

Reception Reports for Free Radio Skybird
and cash donations may be sent by postal mail to: 

Free Radio Skybird

DJ Frederick Moe
36 West Main St. 
Warner NH 03278 USA

email if necessary: 

letters may be edited & read in our mailbag program on future broadcasts 

Sunday, August 9, 2020

Skybird Notes: 10th Anniversary Zine

In anticipation of the 10th Anniversary of Free Radio Skybird, DJ Frederick has published a zine discussing the history of the program, along with an article by the late Gary Bourgeois, interviews with One Deck Pete, Justin Patrick Moore, and James Salmon (Radio Emma Toc). You can order these for $7 per copy postpaid via PayPal or through the wonderful zine distributor Antiquated Future: