There is a note related to three Finnish DXers in the electronic edition of Conexión Digital, No. 658, March 11, 2012. Rubén Guillermo Margenet, in Rosario, who authored the report, asks me and Dario Monferini to bring it to the attention of the DXers concerned, and also to Mika Mäkeläinen and Jim Solatie.
Writes Rubén that In his talk show on Radio 10, on March 7, 2012, Ronald Hanglin told his listeners that Radio 10 has been heard in northern Finland by Jarmo Patala and Vesa-Jussi Rinkinen, who sent the station an email detailing the circumstances related to this extraordinary event. Margenet notes that Hanglin does not seem to understand what DXing is all about. He was impressed to learn about this married couple (sic) extend a 700 metre wire in the Arctic wilderness in order to pick up far away MW signals.
In an additional note, Alejandro Alvarez, from Neuquén says that Pekka Hakala in an email to LV7 in Tucumán confirmed (sic) that he had been listening to the station from Finland. See the note at http://www.amplitudmodulada.com.ar/noticia4616.html
Horacio A. Nigro in Montevideo, Uruguay, completes the picture by explaining the excellence of Nordic DXing, as shown by individual DXers from their local listening site or during expeditions to sites such as Lemmenjoki , in Finland, Kongsfjord, in Norway, and Parkalompolo, in Sweden, finally linking readers to blogs related to these sites. (Henrik Klemetz, ARC, March 11, 2012)