Rádio Gazeta, Vitória, ES is maybe the most common Brazilian heard on 820 in Lemmenjoki every season. After several tries via email I finally sent a message to the station via Facebook and this time I was lucky to get a confirmation. The frequency 820 holds all in all around 25 different Brazilians so it is a frequency to be regularily checked during better openings.
WQSC Charleston SC is heard every now and then in the northern parts of the Nordic countries. My own logging of WQSC, or “1340 The Voice”, was made in Lemmenjoki in early March 2013. I have been very lazy with sending reception reports during the last half year but some days ago I sent a report to WQSC and my report was confirmed by a Facebook message. In addition to confirming my written px-details, the station mentions that they are not allowed to open attached files (such as mp3’s) due to the spam risk. This is probably the case with very many stations today, so it is worthwhile to describe what you heard as well as you can in writing and not only rely on that the receiver will open your attached audio file.
This unlisted Brazilian was heard on September 6, 2014 here in Borgå playing slow soft music and giving an YL time check at 0302 UTC followed by a weak ID. Apparently closed down at 0303 since the signal disappeared. Thanks to PEH for the hint to check this. The station answered promptly with an email giving their web address as http://www.radioparaenseam.com.br. The mail signed by Equipe da Rádio Paraense AM declared that me and my family was welcome to visit them if we ever came to Brasil and that they would do everything to make our stay a pleasant one!