The radio station
Raadio vabadus Eesti- ja Liivimaal (English: Radio Free Estonia and Livonia) was set up in 1947 by a Swedish individual of ethnically Estonian origins and a couple of his Swedish friends. They were briefly operative in southern Finland during 1947 and 1948 on a narrow armature S.W. frequency. It was aimed at the north coast of Estonia and broadcast for only a few hours on weekends.