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No. Depending upon the transmiiter site you might be getting the back lobe off an antenna targeting another area. Hard to say what you are listening to without more info. HTH.
 

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VOA has 3 transmission sites near Greenville and Ahoskie NC, collectively known as the Edward R. Murrow Transmitter Station. I understand only one of those locations is now active. Although VOA is an external service, it can be easily recieved in North America.
 

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It was on the frequency of 7465khz that I heard Voice of America on.I don't remember the time though.Late afternoon or early evening I believe.
 

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It was on the frequency of 7465khz that I heard Voice of America on.I don't remember the time though.Late afternoon or early evening I believe.
Based on frequency, you heard VOA's Greenville, SC transmitter, in the 0130-0200utc timeframe.
This is their only BC on that frequency.
 
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