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Many of us were thrilled when we received the card at the top from Tahiti during our early days in the hobby. There aren't too many of these letters from G. Carisey still around, however. FZP8 was the first true broadcasting station in Tahiti, its predecessor, F08AA, being basically an amateur station that doubled as a SWBCer for a few hours a week until it ceased operation in 1949. Enter FZP8, Radio Tahiti with 600 watts on 12080 kHz.