PCJ Radio

PCJ Radio
Broadcast area International broadcaster
Frequency various shortwave,
95.5 MHz (Taipei FM)
First air date 2008 (2008)
Language(s) English
Callsign meaning Peace, Cheer and Joy
Affiliations World Radio Network
Owner Keith Perron
Website pcjmedia.com

PCJ Radio (PCJ) is a private international radio station and syndicator and relay service founded in 2008 and based in Taipei, producing and transmitting programs for local and international audiences. PCJ has also distributed content via web technology since 2009. The station is owned by Canadian-born announcer and producer Keith Perron.


As of 2013, the station distributes the following programs to partner stations and via internet:

Produced by PCJ:

Programs from other producers:

Transmission and syndication

In Taiwan, PCJ operates an FM station broadcasting at 95.5 MHz for the Taipei area presenting its own programs and relaying programs from Radio Australia and the BBC World Service.

PCJ transmits programs to Asia via shortwave radio, leasing time from the former Deutsche Welle transmitter site in Trincomalee, Sri Lanka.[1] It also has conducted test transmissions to North America and Europe using facilities in the United States and Germany.

In 2014, PCJ is launching an international shortwave relay service based at a shortwave transmitter that it has constructed in Taiwan.

PCJ syndicates programs to these partner stations:


The name "PCJ Radio" is a tribute to the pioneering shortwave station PCJJ, a precursor of long-time shortwave broadcaster Radio Nederland Wereldomroep. The Happy Station Show aired on those two stations from 1928 to 1995.

See also


  1. "PCJ Radio escuchada en Venezuela". CQ magazine. June 3, 2013.
  2. "World of Radio". Enid, OK: Glenn Hauser. November 4, 2013.

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