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Martin Schoech
European Managing Editor


Mr Schoech launched Clandestine Radio Watch (CRW) in 1998 to centralize timely and current information related to opposition and subversive media. His eye for detail and content as well as editorial consistency quickly placed the publication as a "must read" for broadcasters, journalists, intelligence professionals and serious radio monitors. Within months of its first issue, CRW was sourced within an article filed by the British Broadcasting Corporation. The U.S. Library of Congress further distinguished the publication by including it in the library's digital archives during Operation Iraqi Freedom in 2003.

Mr Schoech's expertise in clandestine broadcasting is more personal than any other specialist of the subject in the world. He grew up in East Germany, which was at the heart of a major propaganda and clandestine radio war between the two superpowers during the Cold War. His experience of living without a free press and political opposition lends him tremendous insight and credibility into conflicts and media disputes around the world.

A strong proponent of free speech, Mr Schoech is also an influential force within the "free radio" movement in Europe. He runs the Swedish Radio Service (SRS) office in Germany and was co-editor for its widely-read news publication, SRSNews.

Mr Schoech is a doctoral candidate in chemistry at Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg in Merseburg, Germany, where he is developing new biodegradable bone cement for medical purposes. He lives in Eisenach, Germany, with his family.

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Commentary by IBC Tamil
January 7, 1999
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Details about DFS 904
November 26, 1998
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November 12, 1998
Radio Baltic Waves - Clandestine to Belarus
October 30, 1998
DW Increases Broadcasting Hours to Afghanistan & Serbia
October 14, 1998
Serb Citizens Barred from Listening to Foreign Media
September 18, 1998
Cuba Gains Two More Clandestines via WRMI
August 6, 1998
RNW Hate Radio Web Page
July 24, 1998
Colombian Peace Talks in Germany End Successfully
Basque Newspaper Closed
May 15, 1998
INC Confirmed Off the Air, Broadcasts Planned
April 16, 1998
More Evidence Tying Israel to VOSA


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