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Sakhalin Radio is running 80 years

July 15 marks the 80th anniversary of the creation of the radio broadcasting system in the Sakhalin region, which began with the decree of the Sakhalin Regional Executive Committee "On the organization and composition of the Committee on Radio Communication and Broadcasting at the Regional Executive Committee", the press service of the regional administration reports.

Sakhalin Oblast Governor Alexander Khoroshavin addressed the workers and industry veterans with words of congratulations.

Sakhalin radio developed at a rapid pace - by 1940, 27 radio centers and 7 thousand radio points were operating in Northern Sakhalin. Six years later, radio communication was established with Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-on-Amur, Okha, the Kuril Islands, and the next year - with Moscow. Many residents of the region remember the radio call signs based on the famous song by Mikhail Tanich “Well, what can I tell you about Sakhalin”, with which the morning began on the islands.

At the end of the appeal, Alexander Khoroshavin wished the employees and veterans of the Sakhalin radio good health and well-being.

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