En años anteriores se ha celebrado el aniversario con alguna emisión especial aunque haya sido una portadora variable.http://moladx.blogspot.com/search?q=ca%C3%B1as
Algunas referencias que aparecen en internet:
QSL de la emisora, que está publicada en el blog Franja DX:
Y la grabación en Ivoox del programa Radio Enlace de Radio Nederland donde se puede escuchar la información que dedicaron a La Voz de las Cañas:
Esto se publicó en un boletín de NORDX de la época:
There was once a Madrid-based pirate working on 60 metres pretending to be a Venezuelan. However, the station faded in earlier than the real Venezuelans did. Also it was active during the weekend only.
Trying to solve the problem with Dario Monferini, we noticed that fade in times were about the same in Milan as in Marbella where I was for a couple of days. The following step was to phone a DX-er in Valladolid, where the signal was reported as fair-to-good. I suggested the station could be based in central Spain. The DX-er I spoke to became very upset. How could I pretend that this "Venezuelan" was a fake originating in Spain?
By checking "activity reports" in Play DX, I was finally ready to pinpoint the origin of this pirate, who at the end of the day QSL'd very nicely. That was in at the end of 1990 and early 1991. The name of the station? "La Voz de las Cañas". Frequency? 5070 (Henrik Klemetz via NORDX).
Felicidades y gracias a los jovenes entusiastas que pusieron en marcha y disfrutaron La Voz de las Cañas.