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Receiving the other-solely-as-a-receiver seems to be insufficient (and perhaps impossible, as we shall see, for unreceptive generosity seems to be mostly unreceivable and thus fails to engender "receivers").
The broadcasts were scheduled at this time to avoid interference with Cuban programming on the same channel, but the station's signal was immediately rendered unreceivable by technical difficulties, volatile Caribbean weather and jamming by the Cuban government, which considers the broadcasts a violation of national sovereignty and international law.