Radio Echo of Hope
Organization: Korean living abroad (in fact, National Intelligence Service)
Established: June 1973 (Before 1973 as the Voice of Reunification)
Transmitting from: Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Station ID: Huimang-ui meari bangsong-imnida.
Interval Signal: Sound of the Sacred Bell of King Seongdok-wang (Emille Bell)
Opening and closing music: "Arirang" by Paul Mauriat and his orchestra
Voice of National Salvation
Organization: National Democratic Front of South Korea (in fact, Korean Workers' Party)
Established: Aug. 9, 1985 (Active since Mar. 15, 1967 as Radio Station of the South Korean Democratic National League for Liberation, and Jun. 15, 1970 as the Voice of the Revolutionary Party for Reunification)
Studio: Heungbu-dong, Moranbong District, Pyongyang
Transmitting from: Pyongyang, Haeju and Wonsan, North Korea
* 4120 kHz is shared with 9665 kHz Korean Central Broadcasting Station from Pyongyang
* 6010 kHz is shared with 6250 kHz Pyongyang Broadcasting Station from Pyongyang
* 4400 kHz is shared with 3560 kHz Radio Pyongyang's feeder from Pyongyang
* 1053 and 4557 kHz from Haeju, 4450 kHz from Pyongyang, 3480 kHz from Wonsan
Languages: Korean and English
Station ID: Korean: Kuguge sori pangsong-imnida. English: This is the English language service of the Voice of National Salvation, the National Democratic Front of South Korea.
Interval signal: "Song of General Kim Jong Il"
Voice of China
Organization: Foundation for China in the 21st Century
Transmitting from: Central Broadcasting System, Taiwan
Station ID: Zhongguo zhi yin
Contact Address: VOC, P.O.Box 273538, Concord, CA 94527, USA