When I've no success in QSLing a station, I quite never send a follow-up. Let's make it clear: nowadays broadcasters have automatic, modern and reliable systems to verify their signal quality in the coverage area. So, our reports are no more so useful, and – most of all (or, consequently) – it's not mandatory to answer them. The way radio things are going, it's mainly a PR thing, than a relationship undergoing between the station engineer and radio hobbysts.So, if such an attempt misses the target, I see no reason why pestering someone (that's what a follow-up is about, to my eyes) would increase your QSL/feedback chances. I always preferred (if we're not talking a meanwhile decommissioned station, or a special unique broadcast) sending in a new report. With WEWN (the shortwave outlet of Eternal Word Television Network, transmitting from Alabama) I had to go this way something like three or four times, but this week my success came. This reception, from 15th June 2011, at 23.27 UTC, on 15610 kHz, went confermed by a station card (you see above the front). The report was sent to the e-mail address given on the "Contact us" page of EWTN website) on 26th August 2011, and the card was in my mailbox on 21st September. Less than a month! Remember: don't follow-up, but report again. Let the station see you love radio (and their programmes), not only QSLs.