Saturday 18th of August 2018
Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society
Founded in 1922 | Call sign G8TA

Wolverhampton ARS Logo

Regional Winner

COTY Regional winner

Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society winner of the RSGB West Midlands Regional club of the year 2012 and 2013.
2012 was a fantastic year for Wolverhampton ARS, a year of rejuvenation as well as our 90th Birthday. We have seen a steady growth in our membership and with a full program of events we have become more active than in recent years and went on to win the Regional award for 2013.
The West Midlands Trophy is sponsored by web hosting solutions at www.intermip.net

RSGB Affiliated

RSGB Logo

The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) is the UK's national membership organisation for amateur radio enthusiasts. For more information on the RSGB [click here]

Social Networking

Google+

YouTube

Solar Data

Space Weather[+]

Plasma filament eruptions detected on the Sun, Earth-directed CME possible
Two plasma filament eruptions were detected on the Sun on July 5, 2018, and it seems at least one weak Earth-directed Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was produced; ETA July 9 or 10. In addition, a relatively strong farside eruption took place on July 5 and its CME (not...... Read more »

Positive polarity CH HSS sparks G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm
A weak positive polarity Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS) affecting our planet since late June 17, 2018, sparked a G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm at 02:56 UTC on June 18. Solar wind parameters, as measured by the DSCOVR spacecraft located at the L1 point, were...... Read more »

Negative polarity CH HSS sparks geomagnetic storming
A negative polarity Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS) is affecting our planet today, sparking G1 - Minor geomagnetic storming. G1 threshold was reached at 13:29 UTC on June 1, 2018. Solar wind parameters became enhanced over the past 24 hours due to the effect...... Read more »

G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm conditions observed
G2 - Moderate geomagnetic conditions were observed on May 6, 2018 in response to the influence of a negative polarity coronal hole high speed solar wind stream. G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm conditions were first observed at 17:59 UTC on May 5, followed by G2 at...... Read more »

SWPC: Solar Cycle 24 declining more quickly than forecast
Current solar cycle 24 is declining more quickly than forecast, NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center (SWPC) reports. The smoothed, predicted sunspot number for April to May 2018 is about 15. However, the actual monthly values have been lower, they say. Will...... Read more »

G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm in progress
A G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm threshold was reached at 08:25 UTC on April 20, 2018 and G2 warning is in now in effect until 12:00 UTC. An interplanetary shock wave hit Earth's magnetic field around 23:50 UTC on April 19, Dr. Tony Phillips of SpaceWeather.com...... Read more »

Negative polarity CH HSS sparks G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm
A persistent negative polarity coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS) sparked G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm on March 18, 2018. A gradual return to background levels is expected on March 19 as CH HSS influence subsides. However, enhanced solar wind parameters are...... Read more »

CH HSS sparks geomagnetic storm, G2 - Moderate warning
Geomagnetic storms caused by negative polarity, south polar coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS) reached G1 - Minor levels early Tuesday, February 27, 2018. Solar wind parameters are expected to further increase today and a G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm warning...... Read more »

Negative polarity CH HSS sparks G1 - Minor geomagnetic storming
An isolated interval of G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm conditions was observed early February 19, 2018, due to the influence of negative polarity coronal hole high speed stream (CH HSS). Solar activity over the past 24 hours was at very low levels. Earth-facing side...... Read more »

Long-duration C1.5 solar flare produced Earth-directed CME
A long-duration C1.5 solar flare erupted from geoeffective Active Region 2699 on February 12, 2018. The event started at 00:15, peaked at 01:35 and ended at 03:21 UTC. A G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm watch is in effect for February 15. This event produced an...... Read more »

Solar activity cycle falls to the bottom 1.5 years earlier than expected
According to the Laboratory for X-ray Solar Astronomy of the PN Lebedev Physical Institute in Russia, the solar activity cycle has, by all indications, practically reached its minimum 1.5 years ahead of expected time. Given that the previous solar maximum in 2012...... Read more »

Filament eruption, spotless Sun, Total Solar Irradiance and cosmic radiation
A 13-degree long plasma filament eruption was observed in SDO/AIA 304 imagery starting at 12:29 UTC on December 15, 2017. A glancing blow is expected late December 19, in combination with a recurrent, positive polarity CH HSS. Meanwhile, solar activity is at very...... Read more »

Polar-connected, positive polarity CH HSS sparks geomagnetic storming
A high-speed solar wind stream is affecting our planet today, causing geomagnetic storming. G2 - Moderate geomagnetic storm watch is in effect. Solar wind parameters indicated the onset of a Co-Rotating Interaction Region (CIR) in advance of a polar-connected,...... Read more »

Solar filament eruption, possible glancing blow on November 29
A solar filament was observed lifting off the Sun's northeastern quadrant beginning at approximately 04:45 UTC on November 25, 2017. An associated weak Coronal Mass Ejection (CME) was observed in SOHO/LASCO C2 and C3 imagery and the analysis shows a potential...... Read more »

Remarkable pink aurora outburst over Norway
Over the past couple winters, big displays of pink and white auroras have coincided with spotless suns. The sight is often big enough to make observers wonder if there is a connection, SpaceWeather reports. The most recent remarkable outburst of pink auroras was...... Read more »

CIR ahead of CH HSS sparks G1 - Minor geomagnetic storming
A Co-Rotating Interaction Region (CIR) ahead of isolated positive polarity Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS) is affecting our planet today, causing geomagnetic storming. G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm threshold was reached 05:30 UTC. Over the past 24 hours,...... Read more »

Geomagnetic storms reaching G2 - Moderate levels, spotless Sun
Earth is again under the influence of a recurrent, positive polarity, northern extension Coronal Hole High Speed Stream (CH HSS). G1 - Minor geomagnetic storm level threshold was reached at 11:55 UTC, followed by G2 - Moderate at 19:21 UTC. Over the past 24 hours,...... Read more »


Southgate News Feed

Foundations of Amateur Radio #167
Getting Started - Don't get me started, Let's start this thing, Where do I start, Start me up, I could go on, but I have better things to do today, like starting a podcast

Raspberry Pi at Cray Valley ARS
In his OneNewHam blog Andrew 2E0ONH writes about his visit to S.E London for a Raspberry Pi talk at the Cray Valley Radio Society given by Essex Ham's Pete M0PSX

ARISS contact planned for school in Parchim, Germany re-scheduled
An International Space Station school contact has been planned for Alexander Gerst KF5ONO with Friedrich-Franz-Gymnasium Parchim, Parchim, Germany

Ham Radio Speaker Wire Antenna
This video from Jerry KG6HQD shows you don't need an expensive antenna to get on-the-air

UK Amateur Radio Foundation syllabus changes
Essex Ham have published their initial impressions of the new 2019 exam syllabus and how it may affect the teaching of the Foundation course

A large coronal hole turns toward Earth
A large hole in the sun's atmosphere (a 'coronal hole') is turning toward Earth, spewing solar wind toward our planet

Portuguese lighthouses 'On The Air' for ILLW 2018
Look for the following Portuguese Lighthouses to be on the air for the upcoming International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend (August, 18-19th)

Parachute Mobile Mission 32
Two missions completed, two more to go. Come join us! Make a contact with a skydiver

KTVZ report on new ham radio emergency coordinator
KTVZ TV News reports a new emergency coordinator has been appointed for the Deschutes County Amateur Radio Emergency Service (DCARES)

VK6WIA NewsWest
In the bulletin this week we bring you news of a new FT8 mode, an update for micro-bit-x users, as well as updates from the ACMA, RASA, the NewsWest dinner and raffle and more

25th anniversary of 'Lighthouse Weekend'
The International Lighthouse and Lightships Weekend is happening this weekend, August 18-19th. ILLW is one of the largest operating events in the amateur radio calendar, with more than 400 lighthouse/lightship activations in 40 countries, and tens of thousands of amateur stations wanting to work them

FT8CALL it's FT8 but with chat
FT8Call is a derivative of the WSJT-X application, restructured and redesigned for keyboard-to-keyboard message passing. It is not supported by, nor endorsed by, the WSJT-X development group

RAC Amateur of the Year Award to be presented on September 11
http://www.southgatearc.org/news/2018/august/rac-amateur-of-the-year-award.htm

New 10 watt 10 Band HF kit on the way from QRP Labs
At the recent Youngsters on the Air event in South Africa, participants got to construct and build a new 10 watt 40m SSB/CW transceiver kit from QRP-LABS in the UK

Heavier duty guying accessories for lightweight telescopic masts
Following on from the successful launch of the Tactical 7000hds telescopic mast, SOTABEAMS has designed some new guying hardware to compliment the mast

New Acting Section Manager for Saskatchewan: Dave Scarfe, VE5UO
I am pleased to announce that Dave Scarfe, VE5UO, has accepted the role of Acting Section Manager of the Saskatchewan Section effective immediately. Welcome aboard Dave!

ARISS contact planned for school in Parchim, Germany
An International Space Station school contact has been planned for Alexander Gerst KF5ONO with Friedrich-Franz-Gymnasium Parchim, Parchim, Germany. The downlink signals will be audible in Europe

Review of the 070 number range
Ofcom has today published a draft statement on the regulation of telephone numbers beginning with 070, following a review of this market

Inverhuron ham radio club to activate lighthouse
The Kincardine News report on plans to activate the Kincardine Lighthouse on Saturday, August 18 for International Lighthouse and Light Ship Weekend

DX News from the ARRL
The American Radio Relay League's round-up of the forthcoming week's DX activity on the amateur radio bands


RSGB News Feed

Norway gets 1kW on 6m and other bands
On 8 August 2018, Norway got an updated amateur licence, allowing all Norwegian amateurs access to 50 to 52MHz with a power of 1kW. Other new privileges include permission for non-amateurs to operate an amateur station, under supervision of a licenced amateur, for training and educational purposes. On higher bands, amateurs received permission to use […]

Train the Trainers in Wolverhampton
The next RSGB Train the Trainers will be held on Saturday, 1 September 2018, from 9.30am to 5pm. It takes place at Wolverhampton Electricity Sports and Social Club, St Marks Road, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton WV3 0QH. This venue is the HQ of Wolverhampton Amateur Radio Society. For more information, or to book a place, please […]

Share your VHF NFD experiences
RSGB VHF National Field Day weekend took place on 7 and 8 July 2018, and a feature is planned in the next edition of RadCom. If your club participated in the event then it's still not too late to send your contribution for the article. It's a great way to promote your club's activity. Please […]

Also in GB2RS this week?
The RSGB Convention is at Kents Hill Park Training and Conference Centre, MK7 6BZ, from 12 to 14 October 2018. There will be a vast array of talks and demos, and the chance to rub shoulders with the giants of amateur radio. Early Bird discounts for the RSGB Convention have just been extended to 31 […]

GB2RS News Script for 19 August 2018
Please click the link below to download this week's news script GB2RS News Script for 19 August 2018


ARRL News Feed

SAQ in Sweden Receives More than 300 Reports on Alexanderson Day, July 1

SAQ, the old Alexanderson alternator transmitter at the World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station in Sweden, received 321 listener reports in response to its three 17.2 kHz transmissions on Alexanderson Day, July 1.

A video of the transmissions is available on YouTube. SAQ said five reports indicated that SAQ was not heard. A summary of listener reports and a map of listener reports have been posted...

Former Wisconsin Section Manager Don Michalski, W9IXG, SK

Former Wisconsin ARRL Section Manager Don Michalski, W9IXG, of Madison, died on August 11. He was 77.

Michalski led the Wisconsin Section from 1999 until 2015. He served as net manager for the Badger Weather Net and was active in the Wisconsin Badger Amateur Radio Society (W9YT) at the University of Wisconsin. Michalski served as an ARRL Official Observer and as a Technical Specialist. He also w...

Well-Known Contester, DXer Bob Morris, W4MYA, SK

Robert S. ?Bob? Morris, W4MYA, of Goochland, Virginia, died on August 14. An ARRL Life Member, he was 72. Morris had been suffering from cancer but remained active on the air until very recently. He was sometimes called ?Dude? within the contesting community for one of his favorite expressions, ?Run ?em, dude.?

Morris was a member of the Potomac Valley Radio Club, enjoyed both contesting and DXi...

The K7RA Solar Update

Australia's Space Weather Services issued a Geomagnetic Disturbance Warning at 0022 UTC on August 16. "Geomagnetic activity is expected to be at Quiet to Active levels due to coronal hole effects. A period of significant southward Bz component could produce isolated Minor Storm levels."

What is the Bz component? It is a component of the interplanetary magnetic field, or IMF. http://pluto.space.s...

UN Amateur Radio Club's 4U1UN Makes Major Moves toward Getting Back on the Air

United Nations Amateur Radio Club President James Sarte, K2QI, said on August 16 that their club station, 4U1UN, is several steps closer to getting back on the air after a long absence.

?Dmitri Zhikharev, RA9USU, along with Adrian Ciuperca, KO8SCA, have been working with me behind the scenes to get the station operational again,? Sarte said. Generous donations from Zhikharev, Ed Kritsky, NT2X, a...

Short-Wave Radio Reports May Offer Best Evidence of Amelia Earhart's Fate

The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) believes it has the key to unlock the decades-old mystery of what happened to famed aviator Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan in their planned circumnavigation of the globe in 1937. TIGHAR's The Earhart Project analyzed dozens of radio transmissions received by radio amateurs and other short-wave listeners during the fra...

Weather and Tides Could Hamper Second Market Reef Youth Team Landing

A second group of young operators will attempt a landing at Market Reef on August 18 for a week of operating from the Youth on the Air station, OJ0C, at the remote lighthouse outpost. They hope to take part in the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend (ILLW) event.

The Market Reef lighthouse is located so low that waves can roll over the entire DXCC entity. With no jetty, landing can be ha...

The Doctor Will See You Now!

?Dummy Loads? is the topic of the new (August 16) episode of the ?ARRL The Doctor is In? podcast. Listen...and learn!

Sponsored by DX Engineering, ?ARRL The Doctor is In? is an informative discussion of all things technical. Listen on your computer, tablet, or smartphone -- whenever and wherever you like!

Every 2 weeks, your host, QST Editor-in-Chief Steve Ford, WB8IMY, and the Doctor himself, Jo...

Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU Receives Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award

A New Jersey radio amateur and Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS) member has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from President Donald Trump. ARRL Charter Life Member Dave Popkin, W2CC/AAR2BU, was recognized for his extraordinary contributions as a MARS volunteer.

?On behalf of a grateful nation, I thank you for your lifetime of service to your fellow Americans and those most in need,? Pre...

Ham-Astronauts among First Nine Astronauts Scheduled to Fly on Commercial Spacecraft

Three radio amateurs are among the initial nine NASA astronauts scheduled to fly on commercial spacecraft to the International Space Station. Others in the group are studying for their ham licensing exams in order to take part in Amateur Radio on the International Space Station (ARISS) school radio contacts, or because they have expressed interest in supporting ARISS events. The women and men c...

W6NBC Wins the August QST Cover Plaque Award

The winning article for the August 2018 QST Cover Plaque award is ?A Novel Approach to Using Window Line? by John Portune, W6NBC. The QST Cover Plaque Award -- given to the author or authors of the most popular article in each issue -- is determined by a vote of ARRL members on the QST Cover Plaque Poll web page. Cast a ballot for your favorite article in the September issue today.

New FCC Part 95 Personal Radio Services Rules Published in The Federal Register

Reorganized and updated FCC Personal Radio Services (PRS) Part 95 rules have been published in The Federal Register. Among other things, the PRS covers the Family Radio Service (FRS), General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), and the Citizens Band Radio Service (CBRS).

The revised rules allot additional FRS channels and increase the power on certain FRS channels from 0.5 W to 2 W. FRS channels are in...

Texas Volunteer Examiner Setting Sights on Next 1,000 Exam Sessions

In July, Franz Laugermann, K3FL, of Houston, achieved a milestone that no other VEC has before by taking part as a Volunteer Examiner in his 1,000th exam session. And, he told ARRL, he's far from finished.

?As long as I can be here, I?m gonna go on doing this,? he said, adding that he's set his sights on 2,000 sessions. ?It's so rewarding to help other people through this.? He estimated that he?...

AMSAT Issues Second Call for 2018 Symposium Papers

The September Edition of Digital QST is Now Available


Amateur Radio Newsline Feed

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2129 for Friday, August 17, 2018

- NASA'S SOLAR PROBE BEGINS ITS JOURNEY
- PACKET RADIO RETURNING SOON TO SPACE STATION
- SILENT KEY: FORMER AMSAT PRESIDENT BILL TYNAN W3XO
- MINING FOR GOOD CONTACTS ON HF
- NO PERMANENT 4M AMATEUR USE IN GERMANY
- 2 METERS CAN LIGHT UP THE NIGHT
- AUSTRIANS OBJECT TO PROPOSED CHANGES IN RADIO LAWS
- LOST AND FOUND IN INDIA
- WORLD OF DX
- TWO RESCUES, 90 YEARS APART

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2128 for Friday, August 10, 2018

- INDONESIAN AMATEURS RESPOND FOLLOWING DEADLY QUAKE
- NO NEW BUILDING FOR HAMVENTION 2019
- YOUNG LADIES RADIO LEAGUE HOSTS SUCCESSFUL CONVENTION
- LAND MOBILE RADIOS GET NEW BAND IN NEW ZEALAND
- HAM IN IRELAND GOES RECORD DISTANCE ON VHF
- 'LAST MAN STANDING' CALLING QRZ
- HAMS SCORE HOME RUN HELPING BASEBALL HALL OF FAME INDUCTIONS
- U.S. COAST GUARD HAS HAPPY BIRTHDAY AND GOOD SIGNAL REPORTS
- PACKET RADIO RETURNING SOON TO SPACE STATION
- SCOUTS BUSY WITH JAMBOREE PLANS AND K2BSA ACTIVATION
- IN MALAYSIA, A PREFIX AND A PARTY
- WORLD OF DX
- BRITAIN'S INLAND WATERWAYS GET THEIR OWN EVENT

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2127 for Friday, August 3, 2018

- HAMS STEP UP AS WILDFIRES SWEEP CALIFORNIA
- VOIP HURRICANE NET GETS NEW ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
- AT ILLW, AN OLD LIGHT BUT A BRIGHT LIGHT
- SOUTH AFRICAN HAMS HAVE THINGS DOWN TO A SCIENCE
- YOUTH DXers COUNT MORE THAN 6,000 CONTACTS
- RUSSIAN AMATEURS CAMP IT UP WITH CODE
- SOUTH AFRICA BECOMES QTH FOR YOTA PARTICIPANTS
- QRZ ANNOUNCES ëWORLD RADIO FRIENDSHIP AWARD
- IN MALAYSIA A TRAIL OF HOPE -- AND HAMS
- WORLD OF DX
- A HOLIDAY LIKE NO OTHER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2126 for Friday, July 27, 2018

- TRIUMPH ON 6 METERS AND BEYOND
- WHEN RADIO IS A BRIDGE TO THE WORLD
- LIGHTHOUSE NUMBER 300 IS REGISTERED
- YHOTY
- A BLOCKBUSTER MOVIE FOR A BLOCKBUSTER CONTEST
- NEW TEAM TO MONITOR AIRWAVES IN GREAT BRITAIN
- CALIFORNIA CLUB'S TRADITION OF TEACHING AND REACHING
- QRP AND HOMEBREW BY THE BAY
- WORLD OF DX
- CANADIAN SIGNAL MAKES WAVES IN NORTHERN IRELAND

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2125 for Friday, July 20, 2018

- CONTEST SEASON HEATS UP IN KOREA
- AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL SESSION GOES SKY HIGH
- K2BSA SCOUTS ON THE AIR IN CALIFORNIA
- YOUNG HAMS' INVITATION TO 'BREAKFAST' 
- OLD RADIOS DIE HARD - OR NOT
- SLOVENIA GETS ALLOCATION ON 60 METER BAND
- CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF NETWORKING REPEATERS IN KANSAS
- NEW BALLOTS BEING MAILED FOR AMSAT-NORTH AMERICA ELECTION  
- THE WORLD OF DX
- WHEN HAM RADIO REALLY DELIVERS - TO THE MAILBOX
- SPECIAL REPORT FROM WRTC

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2124 for Friday, July 13, 2018

- HAMS HELP AS WILDFIRES STRIKE COLORADO
- IRISH HAMS MARK ROLE OF RADIO IN SPORTS
- HONORING THOSE WHO DIED ON THE USS SAN DIEGO
- HAMS ARE ON THE MOVE IN SOUTH AFRICA
- NEW CUBAN LICENSEES SCORE BIG ON EXAM
- HAM RADIO PAIRS WITH FRS FOR MARYLAND EMCOMM
- GLOBAL EVENT LIGHTS OUR WAY FOR 21 YEARS
- MELBOURNE STUDENTS READY FOR JULY 17 DATE WITH ISS ASTRONAUT
- WORLD OF DX
- THAILAND CAVE RESCUE WAS A RADIO OPERATION TOO

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2123 for Friday, July 6, 2018

- GOVERNMENT ANNOUNCES SETTLEMENT WITH PENNSYLVANIA AMATEUR
- ONE WEEK TO GO UNTIL WRTC KICKS OFF
- NORTH AMERICAN HOLIDAYS KEEP THE BANDS BUSY
- A LIGHTHOUSE ACTIVATION AND A TRIBUTE
- IN THE MARKET FOR A CHALLENGE AT MARKET REEF
- FIRST TO TAKE U.S. TECH TEST ARE IN AUSTRALIA
- UP, UP AND AWAY IN NOVA SCOTIA
- RADIO SCOUTS ACTIVATE SUMMER STATIONS FOR K2BSA
- WORLD OF DX
- AMATEUR RADIO NEWSLINE'S MILESTONE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2122 for Friday, June 29, 2018

- WORLD RADIOSPORT TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
- WRAPPING UP SEA-PAC IN OREGON
- A LESSON IN SPACE STATION COMMUNICATIONS
- NEW GEAR FOR THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
- SILENT KEY: KEYER-CHIP PIONEER JACK CURTIS K6KU
- FIELD DAY AFTER DARK
- A MACQUARIE ISLAND EVENT WITHOUT SUB-ANTARCTIC EXTREMES
- WORLD OF DX
- ROAD RALLY BECOMES A RADIO RALLY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2121 for Friday, June 22, 2018

- MAKING THE ROUNDS FOR DUCIE ISLAND
- FIELD DAY: SMALL VOICES, BIG DREAMS
- FIELD DAY GREETINGS FROM GERMANY
- FINAL PREPARATION FOR 'WORLD CUP RADIO' AT WRTC
- SILENT KEY: KEYER-CHIP PIONEER JACK CURTIS K6KU
- DISASTER DRILL, BUT WHERE ARE ALL THE HAMS? 
- NEW QUESTION POOL FOR TECHNICIAN CLASS EXAM
- GET YOUR FEET WET WITH 'BEACHES ON THE AIR' 
- IN AUSTRALIA, GETTING KIDS WIRED OVER ELECTRONICS
- WORLD OF DX
- KICKER FROM GRAHAM ON WKRP

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2120 for Friday, June 15, 2018

- AUSTRALIA HAS FIELD DAY FEVER
- YOUNG LADIES' RADIO LEAGUE PREPS FOR CONVENTION
- A SPORTING WAY TO SCORE AT THE WRTC
- HAM NAMED MINISTER FOR SCIENCE IN SPAIN
- A LIFE-SAVING PACT IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
- SILENT KEY: YASME FOUNDATION DIRECTOR/SECRETARY KIP EDWARDS W6SZN
- SILENT KEY: JAPAN AMATEUR RADIO LEAGUE PAST PRESIDENT SHOZO HARA JA1AN
- THAILAND PUTS AMATEUR RADIO EXAMS ON LINE FOR SAMPLING
- WORLD OF DX
- 100 WATTS AND A WIRE TOTALS 1,630 CONTACTS
- DEATH OF A NAVAJO CODE TALKER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2119 for Friday, June 08, 2018

- QSO FROM CAPE COD WITH GUGLIELMO MARCONI'S DAUGHTER
- THOUSANDS FLOCK TO HAM RADIO FRIEDRICHSHAFEN
- RADIO SCOUTING GOES TO CAMP
- SILENT KEY: LLOYD WICKS VO1PJ
- MARITIME MOBILE SERVICE NETWORK AIDS IN MEDICAL EMERGENCY
- (BROOM) HANDLING LOGISTICS FOR WRTC 2018
- HOW ABOUT SOME DSTAR for FIELD DAY? 
- WORLD OF DX
- CONGRATULATIONS TO 'QSO TODAY' 
- WHEN PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS FLY LIKE AN EAGLE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2118 for Friday, June 01, 2018

- YELLOWSTONE ARES STEPS IN DURING MONTANA STORM
- HAMS PREP FOR FLOODED MARYLAND MILL TOWN
- SLENT KEY: JIM SELLARS N0UAM
- TIME TO TALK TO A MINESWEEPER
- SCOTLAND's 'UNICORN' TO LAUNCH FROM ALASKA
- NEW 100 kHz ALLOCATION ON 60 METERS for SOUTH AFRICA
- NO ROOM FOR AMATEUR RADIO BULLIES
- OHIO HAMS KEEP THAT HAMVENTION FEELING ALOFT
- FRIEDRICHSHAFEN LETS HAMS OPERATE AERONAUTICAL MOBILE
- WORLD OF DX
- BROWN UNIVERSITY'S LATEST "GRADUATE" IS A SATELLITE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2117 for Friday, May 25, 2018

- HAMVENTION: MORE THAN FAIR AT THE FAIRGROUNDS
- NEW CQ HALL OF FAMERS INDUCTED AT HAMVENTION
- THIS "HAMBULANCE" ANSWERS THE CALL
- AMATEUR EXAMS ARE A FIRST FOR ST. JOHN
- YOUNG HAMS PREP FOR DAVE KALTER MEMORIAL DX ADVENTURE
- NEW BANDS FOR AMATEUR USE IN IRELAND
- VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR SPECIAL OLYMPICS IN CALIFORNIA
- NEW LICENSEES GET ON THE AIR IN CHINA AND SOUTH AFRICA
- WORLD OF DX
- THEIR FAMILY HOME IS THEIR FAMILY SHACK

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2116 for Friday, May 18, 2018

- INFORMAL NETS MONITOR HAWAII VOLCANO
- NEW CHANCES TO COMPETE AT WRTC
- CQWW DX CONTEST GETS NEW DIRECTOR
- RETURN OF 'LAST MAN STANDING' IS A FIRST FOR FOX
- YHOTY NOMINATIONS CLOSING AT MONTH'S END
- RCA YOUNG ACHIEVER AWARD GOES TO COLLEGE SOPHOMORE
- TIME TO TUNE-UP ON THE AIR
- IN WALES, THESE QSOs ARE IN MINT CONDITION
- WORLD WAR II WEEKEND IN READING, PENNSYLVANIA
- WORLD OF DX
- REMEMBERING A CAPITAL HAM OF CAPITOL HILL

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2115 for Friday, May 11, 2018

- TOP STORY: TIME FOR DAYTON HAMVENTION
- WIA'S BIG GATHERING DOWN UNDER
- FOR AMSAT, THE SKY IS THE LIMIT IN HUNTSVILLE
- ON THE AIR, THE COMMONWEALTH GAMES GO ON
- TIME IS RUNNING FOR YHOTY NOMINATIONS
- RAISING A TOAST TO PUBS & CLUBS ON THE AIR
- HIGH SCHOOL HAMS PREP FOR IRLP OPERATION
- PROGRESS ON COSTA RICA'S WINLINK NODE NETWORK
- WORLD OF DX
- STRAIGHT KEY IS A SILENT KEY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2114 for Friday, May 4, 2018

- BREAKING NEWS: AMATEUR KILLED IN GEORGIA PLANE CRASH
- HAMS STEP UP TO AID WITH ARIZONA'S 'TINDER FIRE' 
- SILENT KEY: SANDRA HEYN WA6WZN OF COSTA MESA, CALIF. 
- HAMS JOIN THE MILITARY - AT LEAST ON AIR
- SPECIAL EVENT STATION CELEBRATES ROYAL WEDDING
- GERMAN AMATEUR HONORED FOR HIS INVENTIONS
- TIME RUNNING OUT FOR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS
- TWO ACTIVATIONS FOR K2BSA
- KEEPING COMMUNICATIONS OPEN ON THE ISS
- A LESSON IN WORKING SATELLITES WITH AN HT
- CALL SIGNS SPORTING SPECIAL SUFFIX FOR WORLD CUP
- WORLD OF DX
- NO INFLATED EXPECTATIONS FOR THIS BALLOON

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2113 for Friday, April 27, 2018

- CREW MEMBER DIES IN MISSOURI BROADCAST TOWER COLLAPSE
- WRTC CHAIRMAN TO SPEAK AT HAMVENTION
- SILENT KEY: FRANK VICTOR TARKINGTON W3KLQ
- LOW-FREQUENCY TRANSMITTER TO RETURN TO THE AIR
- SIX METER BAND IS NOW OPEN IN LEBANON
- YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS ARE DUE
- SKYDIVING HAM LEAPS TO NEW DX RECORD
- BICYCLING HAMS ARE 'PEDALING' A NEW IDEA
- WEST VIRGINIA NET NEEDS NEW NET CONTROL
- THE WORLD OF DX
- SHOPPING FOR SOME QSOS? 

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2112 for Friday, April 20, 2018

- TOP STORY: DRAMATIC RADIO RESCUE AS COLORADO WILDFIRES RAGE
- PRISON FOR BEATING DEATH OF MINNESOTA AMATEUR
- SILENT KEY: RADIO HOST ART BELL W6OBB/4F1AB
- SILENT KEY: 'WIREMAN' PRESSLEY JONES N8UG
- A FIRST-CLASS IDEA FOR CW
YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR NOMINATIONS STILL OPEN
- MILITARY TRIBUTE TO AUSTRALIA'S VINTAGE RADIOS
- JAPAN LADIES RADIO SOCIETY ENDS SPECIAL-EVENT YEAR
- WRTC 2018 HAS PLANS FOR NON-COMPETITORS TOO
- INDIANA GETS READY TO QSO PARTY HEARTY
- WORLD OF DX
- HAM RADIO GETS PRIME-TIME TV ROLE, SORT OF

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2111 for Friday, April 13, 2018

- SEARCH FOR NEW CEO AT ARRL
- HAM HONORED FOR EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN OKLAHOMA
- ROYAL TREATMENT FOR A DOUBLE CELEBRATION
- IN CANADA, AN UNEXPECTED OVERNIGHT ACTIVATION
- CAUGHT IN THE NET - AND RUNNING IT
- IN SEARCH OF YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR NOMINEES
- RADIO HISTORIAN CLYDE HAEHNLE DIES AT 95
- SCOUTS PLAN SPECIAL ACTIVATION AT WEST POINT ACADEMY
- SARL RADIO CAMP FOR YOUNGSTERS IN NEED OF SUPPORT
- WORLD OF DX
- SOUNDS OF SILENCE, MAYBE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2110 for Friday, April 06, 2018

- U.S. AMATEUR RADIO GAINS MORE THAN 30,000 NEW LICENSEES
- RECORD NUMBER OF NEW HAMS IN INDIA
- IN THE PACIFIC, AUTONOMOUS RADIO RIDES THE WAVES
- HAMVENTION DIVERSION: HEARING (AND SEEING) VOICE OF AMERICA
- AN ON-AIR SALUTE FOR THE SOLDIERS
- A SPRINGTIME 'HICCUP' FOR HRD LOGBOOK SOFTWARE
- LOOKING FOR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR NOMINEES
- INDIA'S LONGWAVE RADIO PROJECT IS MAKING TIME
- YOUNG SOUTH AFRICAN HAMS SPEAK UP FOR RADIO
- BUILDING NEW TECH TALENT IN SCOTLAND
- WORLD OF DX
- THE LATE GARRY SHANDLING ON TV - AND ON THE AIR

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2109 for Friday, March 30, 2018

- NEW ZEALAND HAMS ASSIST IN SEARCH FOR MISSING WOMAN
- SATELLITE'S RETURN: LOOK OUT BELOW! 
- AUSTRALIAN HAMS GET THEIR DAYS IN THE SUN
- QSOs WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM THEIR FRIENDS
- DXing BY FOOT
- A LIGHTHOUSE WITH 2 REASONS TO SHINE
- FINE-TUNING THE DETAILS FOR WORLD RADIO TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
- NOMINATE THE NEXT ?YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR?
- THEORETICAL PHYSICS MEETS REAL RADIO - MAYBE? 

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2108 for Friday, March 23, 2018

- HAMS RESPOND AS TORNADOES TOUCH DOWN IN ALABAMA
- AMSAT's HAMVENTION TEAM NEEDS VOLUNTEERS
- GERMAN AMATEUR'S CALL FOR HELP GOES GLOBAL
- STANDING WHERE WARTIME HISTORY WAS MADE
- NETS OF NOTE: THE COLORADO ASTRONOMY NET
- NOMINATE THE NEXT 'YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR' 
- INDONESIAN HAMS ARE ON BOARD FOR ON-LINE TESTING
- THELMA SOUPER MEMORIAL CONTEST CANCELLED
- RADIO'S WORLD CUP COINCIDES WITH 'THAT OTHER ONE' 
- WORLD OF DX
- PUTTING THE 'HAM' IN HAMSTER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2107 for Friday, March 16, 2018

- FCC RESCINDS PERMISSION FOR SATELLITES
- AT 8, SHE'S LICENSED TO LOVE RADIO
- FOR THIS HAM IT'S RADIO REDUX
- FINDING FAMILY TREASURE IN A QSL CARD
- SIX METER BAND NET LAUNCHED IN AUSTRALIA
- HAM TRAPPED ON TOWER WHILE SECURING ANTENNA
- HAM RADIO APPEARS ON TV's 'WALKING DEAD' 
- RADIO SCOUTS PLAN FOR SUMMER
- NOMINATE NEXT YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
- WORLD OF DX
- NO HANG-UPS HERE ABOUT ANTENNAS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2106 for Friday, March 9, 2018

- SUMMITS' MICRO ACHIEVEMENT ON A MACRO LEVEL
- RADIO, AND A REPEATER, TO THE RESCUE
- IN THE UK, AN EMPTY ELECTION TICKET
- DX ASSOCIATION DINNER BOOKS HAMVENTION SPEAKER
- INDIVIDUAL LICENSES JUST THE TICKET IN TUNISIA
- NETS OF NOTE: THE TUBE NET
- A POWERFUL PROPOSAL IN SWEDEN
- USE OF V-BAND ON HORIZON FOR NIGERIAN HAMS
- CHARLESTON WEST VIRGINIA HOSTING HAMFEST
- NOMINATE NEXT YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
- WORLD OF DX
- MORSE CODE'S A SHOE-IN

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2105 for Friday, March 2, 2018

- UPDATE: R.S.V.P. REQUESTED FOR BOUVET ISLAND
- YOUNG HAMS INVITED TO DX ADVENTURE IN CURACAO
- NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HIGHLIGHTS YL'S SPACE RECORD
- INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY A GLOBAL HAM EXPERIENCE
- HAMVENTION-BOUND? TEXT TO KEEP IN TOUCH
- NATIONAL RADIO CENTRE ADDS HOURS OF OPERATION
- AUSTRALIAN HAMS HARBOR HOPES FOR GOOD CONTACTS WITH FERRIES
- RADIOS BECOME THE TEACHERS IN SCOTTISH CLASSROOM
- SOTA ACTIVATORS PREPARE FOR LONG PATH PROPAGATION
- WORLD OF DX
- APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2104 for Friday, February 23, 2018

- HAMS AND DISTRACTED DRIVING, REVISITED
- SWEDISH AMATEURS TAKE NEW LOOK AT HAND-HELD MICROPHONE BAN
- BAKER ISLAND DXPEDITION TO HONOR EARHART
- CQ MAGAZINE SEEKS HALL OF FAME NOMINEES
- AUSTRALIAN HAMS HARBOR HOPES FOR GOOD CONTACTS WITH FERRIES
- SILENT KEY: WIA'S JIM LINTON VK3PC
- JAPANESE YLs GEAR UP FOR FESTIVAL
- NORWAY CONTESTERS GET A CALL SIGN BOOST
- IN SEARCH OF AN AUSTRALIA-SOUTH AFRICA CONNECTION
- WORLD OF DX
- THREADS OF FRIENDSHIP AMONG YLS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2103 for Friday, February 16, 2018

- BOUVET ISLAND REDUX
- VANDALS DESTROY REPEATER IN UK
- SILENT KEY: HAMVENTION'S JERRY MILLER WD8QAI
- SILENT KEY: DAVID HANNA WX4NCS
- FINE OF $50,000 IMPOSED ON HAM IN TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
- AMATEUR BECOMES PRESIDENT OF HARVARD
- RADIO SCOUTS RELEASE WORLD REPORT FOR JAMBOREE
- HAMS PREP FOR DIRECTION-FINDING COMPETITION
- NORWAY CONTEST CALL SIGNS JUST GOT EASIER
- TOUGH SLEDDING FOR AMATEURS IN WISCONSIN
- WORLD OF DX
- QSL, ANOTHER WAY OF CONTACTING YOUR IDENTITY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2102 for Friday, February 9, 2018

- TOP STORY: BOUVET ISLAND DXPEDITION SCRAPPED
- FIRST-TIMERS ENTER SCHOOL CLUB ROUNDUP
- ALABAMA OLD-TIMERS GET THEIR BIG NIGHT
- AMATEURS PREPARE TO MARK ALABAMA'S BICENTENNIAL
- IN THE UK, SOTA ENTHUSIAST REACHES NEW PEAK
- GETTING IN SHAPE FOR AMATEUR RADIO DIRECTION-FINDING
- GROUNDHOG DAY SPECIAL EVENT CASTS SHADOWS
- AFTERLIFE FOR STATIONS AFTER WRTC
- AUSTRALIAN AMATEUR TV REPEATER'S ON THE MOVE
- FCC SEEKS INPUT ON WEATHER RESPONSE
- THE WORLD OF DX
- ALIVE AND STILL KICKING

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2101 for Friday, February 2, 2018

- DELAYS PLAGUE HAMVENTION EXPO CENTER
- ARIZONA'S QUARTZFEST BREAKS RECORD
- NEW SATELLITE READY FOR ACTION
- HUMANITARIAN AWARD NAMED FOR RECENT SILENT KEY
- NONSTOP RADIO, NONSTOP COFFEE
- RECOGNIZING THE YOUNGEST 'HELPING HAMS' 
- REQUEST FOR AUSTRALIAN HAMS TO BE GRANTED MORE POWER
- NEW ZEALAND RADIO OPERATORS TRY OUT 60 METERS
- WIA SEEKING VOLUNTEER QSL MANAGER
- WORLD OF DX
- ASHES TO ASHES, STARDUST TO STARDUST

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2100 for Friday, January 26, 2018

- GERMANY KEEPS 6 METERS - AND KOSOVO'S A NEW DXCC
- RADIO ATHLETES GETTING FIT FOR WRTC 2018
- AIKEN TO GROW IN SOUTH CAROLINA
- HAMS TAKING ST. PATRICK'S DAY GLOBAL
- IN SEARCH OF AFRICAN OPERATORS ON HF
- K2BSA GETS ON THE AIR AND HAS BIG PLANS
- NEW JERSEY TO WELCOME HAMS AND CITIZEN SCIENTISTS
- WORLD OF DX
- HAM RADIO HELPS THE HOMELESS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2099 for Friday, January 19, 2018

- BREAKING NEWS: ARRL CEO TOM GALLAGHER NY2RF RESIGNS
- FOR BOATERS, IT'S RADIO TO THE RESCUE
- RADIO'S A STAR IN BBC DOCUMENTARY SERIES
- AM RALLY CELEBRATES THE ORIGINAL PHONE MODE
- FOR BLIND AMATEUR, THE GIFT OF A TALKING RIG
- 'YL-OM CONTEST' IS NO WAR OF THE SEXES
- SOTA ACCOMPLISHMENTS CLIMB TO THE HEIGHTS
- WARMING UP FOR WINTER FIELD DAY
- A FAVORITE AMONG PREFIX HUNTERS IS BACK
- WORLD OF DX
- BUILDING HOUSES, BUILDING HAMS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2098 for Friday, January 12, 2018

- SILENT KEY: DEATH OF A DXer
- ARRL FACING CHALLENGES OVER POLICIES, CODES, LOBBYING
- TWO FOR THE ROAD AT WRTC 2018
- "DIPLOMAS" FOR VOLUNTEERS AT WRTC 2018
- HAM RADIO UNIVERSITY CLASSES IN SESSION
- COOPERATION AND CONSOLIDATION IN CANADA
- WHY K3Y KEEPS THE CODE COMING
- HAMVENTION PICKS COMMUNITY SERVICE THEME
- FRIENDSHIP AND FOCUS IN THE PHILIPPINES
- 'SERGIO AND SERGEI' IS A HIT
- WORLD OF DX
- THE SKY'S NOT FALLING BUT.....

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2097 for Friday, January 05, 2018

- ARRL'S INTERNATIONAL GRID CHASE HAS BEGUN
- DX CONVENTION GOES THE DISTANCE
- CUBAN AMATEURS SCORE HIGH MARKS
- K2BSA ACTIVATION STARTS RADIO SCOUTS' NEW YEAR
- AUSTRALIAN AMATEURS PREP FOR 60th FIELD DAY
- HAM GRANTED PATENT FOR "INVISIBILITY CLOAK" 
- MARKING ONE SHIP'S TRAGIC SINKING
- SOUTH AFRICAN AMATEUR RADIO LEAGUE SEEKS AWARD NOMINEES
- WORLD OF DX
- OUR AULD LANG SYNE-OFF

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2096 for Friday, December 29 , 2017

- NEW 60 METER SHORT WAVE LAUNCHES in AUSTRALIA
- IRISH HAMS' TRIBUTE TO A DOOMED FLIGHT
- NEW SCHOOL HAM CLUB IS ANYTHING BUT ACADEMIC
- IN DAYTON, IT'S SCHOLARSHIP SEASON
- NEW ARRL SECTION MANAGER
- SILENT KEY: EDUCATOR, SCOUT LEADER LYNDA DAVIDSON KI6AWI
- MISSOURI AMATEUR HONORED FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE
- THIS CALL SIGN IS A 'CAPITOL' IDEA
-VACANCY FILLED IN CRITICAL MONITORING SYSTEM
-WORLD OF DX
- COCKER SPANIEL PUP GETS TO 'PARK AND BARK'

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2095 for Friday, December 22 , 2017

- PRISON FOR ILLINOIS HAM'S KILLER
- HAMVENTION'S NEW HOME GETTING AN OVERHAUL
- SOMETHING TO CELEBRATE IN HONG KONG
- SILENT KEY: MARGARET 'HOLLY' BEVAN N3MB
- SILENT KEY: ROLAND PEDDLE VE6RL
- CLARIFYING NEWSLINE'S NEW BRUNSWICK STORY
- DISTRACTED-DRIVING LAW EXEMPTION EXTENDED IN ONTARIO
- NEW SCHOLARSHIP FOR YOUNG WISCONSIN HAMS
- TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO COURT CRACKS DOWN ON UNLICENSED OPERATION
- FCC PROPOSES FINE AGAINST MANUFACTURER
- WORLD OF DX
- FLORIDA 'SANTA-HAM' SHOWS HOSPITAL BEDSIDE MANNER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2094 for Friday, December 15 , 2017

- CALIFORNIA WILDFIRES SPUR HAM RESPONSE
- AMATEURS NOT SNOWED BY WINTER WEATHER IN U.S. SOUTH
- VISITING AS A MOBILE IN NEW BRUNSWICK? NOT SO FAST
- GRANTING ONE HAM'S FINAL WISH
- SPOTTING THE SUNSPOTS OF LONG AGO
- HAMS HOPING FOR A HANUKKAH MIRACLE
- RADIO SCOUTS FILE FINAL JOTA REPORT
- GERMANY OPTS OUT OF NEW ENTRY LEVEL LICENSE
- EVEN SANTA NEEDS A BREAK
- WORLD OF DX
- 'TWAS THE END OF THIS WEEK'S NEWSCAST

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2093 for Friday, December 8 , 2017

- HOMEWARD BOUND AND STILL ON THE AIR
- IN INDIA, HAM RADIO TEAMS UP WITH LOCAL POLICE
- AMATEUR RADIO HELPS WITH BOAT RESCUE AFTER CYCLONE
- SILENT KEY: FRANCE'S JEAN TOUZOT F8IL
- RADIO CAROLINE COMES ASHORE WITH A LICENSE
- AN ON-AIR PARTY ROCKS WITH NEW MODE FT8
- NORWEGIAN CLUB CELEBRATES TELEFUNKEN TRANSMITTER
- HONORING INDIANA HAMS FOR LONGEVITY
- W1AW TO RETURN TO 6 METERS
- CANADA REVIEWS HAND-HELD RULE FOR DRIVERS
- WORLD OF DX
- CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE 'MIR' KIND

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2092 for Friday, December 1 , 2017

- SKYWARN RECOGNITION DAY WEATHERS THE STORMS
- SANTA NET ARRIVES ON 80 METERS
- IN COLORADO, A NEW SANTA IN TOWN
- NETS OF NOTE: SOUTHCARS IS A NET ON THE MOVE
- NEW ARISS COMMITTEE DOES ITS HOMEWORK
- NASA KICKS OFF YEAR-LONG CELEBRATION OF MILESTONES
-  AMATEUR RADIO GROUPS SHINE SPOTLIGHT ON DISABLED
- WORLD OF DX
- SANTA PLAYS THE FOX IN AUSTRALIA

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2091 for Friday, November 24 , 2017

- FCC CHAIRMAN COMMITS TO FEWER DELAYS
- ONE MORE LOOK BACK AT JAMBOREE ON THE AIR
- NEIL and BRYANT CARDS
- DO DROP IN SANTA ON CHRISTMAS EVE
- YOUNGSTERS ON THE AIR PREPARES FOR DECEMBER
- D-STAR RADIO WITHOUT THE RADIO? SURE! 
- IN SWAZILAND, PROMISE THEM THE MOON
- YASMA FOUNDATION HONORS HAMS AT GENEVA CEREMONY
- CANADIAN RADIO OPERATOR'S A HALL-OF-FAMER
- RADIO CLUB OF AMERICA TAPS NEW LEADERSHIP
- WORLD OF DX
- BIRTH (AND LAUNCH) OF A NATION

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2090 for Friday, November 17, 2017

- COURT DISMISSES HAM'S SUIT AGAINST ARRL
- SOFTWARE PIONEER VANU BOSE DIES
- FUNDRAISING A TOUGH NUT TO CRACK
- NETS OF NOTE: THE TYPOCHONDRIACS
- NEW EDITORS AT NATIONAL CONTEST JOURNAL
- THE NATURE OF HAM RADIO IS....NATURE
- NETHERLANDS REPORTS A DECLINE IN NEW LICENSEES
- CW ACADEMY OPENS FOR YOUNG AMATEURS
- SPECIAL EVENT STATION HONORS JAGADISH BOSE
- MORE FREQUENCIES FOR HAMS IN ARGENTINA, COLOMBIA
- THE WORLD OF DX
- THE SCIENCE OF HONORING SUPPORTER'S MEMORY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2089 for Friday, November 10, 2017

- BIG BOOST FOR BAKER ISLAND DXPEDITIONERS
- JAMBOREE STATIONS START REPORTING IN
- COMMEMORATING A DOOMED GREAT LAKES FREIGHTER
- MORSE CODE TO THE RESCUE
- SILENT KEY: MARIO AMBROSI I2MQP
- HONORING VETERANS ON THE AIR
- A MIGHTY MICROWAVE ACHIEVEMENT
- TEEN INSPIRES SCHOOL'S ASTRONAUT CONTACT
- WORLD OF DX
- PAPAL 'VISIT' TO THE ISS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2088 for Friday, November 3, 2017

- SPECIAL REPORT: DISASTER PREPAREDNESS ON CAMPUS
- SPECIAL REPORT: DISASTER PREPAREDNESS IN RETIREMENT COMMUNITY
- DISASTER PREPAREDNESS: BRACING NEAR NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
- DEATH OF A BLETCHLEY PARK 'LISTENER' 
- JORDAN'S FIRST CUBESAT GETS FINAL TOUCHES
- HAM RADIO BECOMES 'VANDERKLOOF DAM RADIO' 
- SPAIN GIVES HAMS 60 METER ALLOCATION
- HIGHEST AWARDS FOR 2 FROM CW OPERATORS CLUB
- THE WORLD OF DX
- SLOW-SCAN EXPERIMENT A TV HIT

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2087 for Friday, October 27, 2017

- HAMS CHECK IN DURING HISTORIC STORM IN IRELAND
- PUMPKIN-WATCHERS PUMPED FOR PATROL
- REPORTING IN FROM SCOUT JAMBOREE
- AMSAT PREPS FOR NOVEMBER LAUNCH
- TROPHY AWARDED TO ARISS INTERNATIONAL CHAIRMAN
- SILENT KEY: PUBLISHER CARL SMITH N4AA
- THERE GOES THE TELEGRAPH, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS
- HAM TV PROJECT CONNECTS WITH AUSTRALIA
- WORLD OF DX
- COMMERCIAL STATION GOES BAREFOOT AFTER THE STORM

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2086 for Friday, October 20, 2017

- CALIFORNIA AMATEURS ASSIST WILDFIRE VICTIMS
- REBUILDING COMMUNICATIONS IN DOMINICA
- TWO MORE UK LICENSE EXAMS GO ONLINE
- SIRENS GO OFF BUT IT'S ONLY A TEST
- FCC TO FINE NY MAN $400,000 FOR INTERFERENCE
- UK REPEATER GROUP SHUTTING DOWN NETWORK
- AT LAST, JAMBOREE ON THE AIR
- VIRGINIA AMATEUR CONFIRMED FOR DEFENSE POST
- CHINESE SPACE LAB ON CRASH COURSE WITH EARTH
- THE WORLD OF DX
- ON THE WATCH FOR SASQUATCH

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2085 for Friday, October 13, 2017

- HAMS CONTINUE POST-MARIA WORK IN PUERTO RICO
- NEW YORK SCHOOL CONNECTS WITH HURRICANE MARIA VICTIMS
- HAMS MEET THE CHALLENGE OF NATE
- ARRL FOUNDATION ACCEPTING SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS
- PARACHUTE MOBILE'S UP AND ON THE AIR AGAIN
- SCHOOL CLUB ROUNDUP? DO YOUR HOMEWORK! 
- IN WASHINGTON STATE, NEW KID ON THE BLOCK
- SILENT KEY: SATELLITE PIONEER PATRICK GOWEN G3IOR
- WORLD WAR 2 CODE TALKER DAVID PATTERSON DIES
- A PORTABLE CHALLENGE FOR SUMMITS ON THE AIR
- HAPPY SPECIAL EVENT BIRTHDAY OSCAR NORRIS W4OXH

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2084 for Friday, October 6, 2017

- INDIAN GOVERNMENT TO HELP HAMS' DISASTER PREP
- COMMUNICATION STATION MARKS 50 YEARS
- ZOMBIE SHUFFLE CONTEST SCARES UP CONTACTS
- NETS OF NOTE: MOUNT JULIET SIMPLEX NET
- K2BSA SCOUTS ACTIVATE 6 STATIONS
- ASTRONAUTS ARE STARS ON NASA TV
- YOU'RE INVITED TO A PENNSYLVANIA QSO PARTY
- QSOs OF FAITH AND FRIENDSHIP
- TUNISIA LEGALIZES INDIVIDUAL LICENSES
- WORLD OF DX
- ROUNDUP BY RADIO

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2083 for Friday, September 29, 2017

- AMATEURS HELP FLORIDIANS PICK UP THE PIECES
- PRISON FOR CALIFORNIA HAM'S KILLER
- ARISS PROGRAM SEEKS APPLICANTS FOR CONTACTS
- SPAIN'S IBERRADIO HAMFEST A HIT
- PENN STATE PROFESSOR WINS SARNOFF HONOR
- FORMER MIT PRESIDENT BECOMES SILENT KEY
- 100 WATTS AND A WIRE SCHEDULES 2nd 'FALLOUT' ACTIVITY
- IN NEW ZEALAND, FRIENDLY COMPETITION
- WORLD OF DX
- WHEN HAMS MAKE CONNECTIONS FROM THE HEART

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2082 for Friday, September 22, 2017

- CARIBBEAN STORM DEVASTATION CONTINUES
- 'AMELIA EARHART' PILOT BACK IN THE NEWS
- K2BSA CONTINUES PREP FOR SCOUT JAMBOREE
- AUSTRALIAN CLUB MARKS 60th YEAR
- RADIO OPERATORS ASSIST IN RESCUE, RECOVERY
- TRAIN AND RAILROAD NET IS RIGHT ON TRACK
- MILLING ABOUT ON THE AIR
- SIX METERS GETS COOKING IN TEXAS
- WORLD OF DX
- GIVE THIS WEDDING RECEPTION A 5 x 9

SCRIPT

AUDIO
 

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2081 for Friday, September 15, 2017

- QST - HURRICANE IRMA SWEEPS THROUGH FLORIDA
- HAMS HELP WHIDBEY ISLAND WITH EMERGENCY PREP
- REMEMBERING 9/11's LOST and FIRST RESPONDERS
- DEADLINE FOR CANADA'S HAM OF THE YEAR
- NATIVE AMERICAN AMATEURS ON THE AIR
- STUDENT-BUILT CUBESAT UNITES INDIA, RUSSIA
- SATELLITES AS GUARDIANS OF THE MILITARY
- K2BSA ACTIVATING 2 STATIONS
- KENTUCKY CANOE CHALLENGE NEEDS HAMS' SUPPORT
- WORLD OF DX
- HAM'S LOW-KEY, LOW-POWER POLITICAL CAMPAIGN

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2080 for Friday, September 8, 2017

- QST - HURRICANE IRMA
- EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO MONSOONS IN INDIA
- RADIO-GRAMS TO THE RESCUE
- SPEAK UP: FCC REVIEWING ITS REGULATIONS
- NO FLAGGING INTEREST IN THIS AUSTRALIAN EVENT
- KENTUCKY NET MAKES DEBUT ON 220 MHz
- REMEMBERING A SILENT KEY'S LOVE OF CODE
- THE WORLD OF DX
- SUMMITS IN THE SKY?? 

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2079 for Friday, September 1, 2017

- HAMS RESPOND TO HURRICANE HARVEY
- ECLIPSE COUNT: HERE COMES THE SUN
- SOURIS SPEAKS TO THE WORLD
- REMEMBERING A LIFE DEDICATED TO RADIO
- SISTERS' ACHIEVEMENTS FLY HIGH AGAIN
- NETS OF NOTE: THE AUSTRALIAN TRAVELLERS NET
- A MOUNTAIN OF SUPPORT
- THE WORLD OF DX
- GIRL'S RADIO RESCUE ACROSS THE MILES

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2078 for Friday, August 25, 2017

- HUNTSVILLE HAMFEST - OUR YHOTY RECAP
- BE LISTENING FOR RADIO SCOUTS
- HOPEFULS AWAIT TEST RESULTS IN BANGLADESH
- CANADA EYES CHANGES ON 60 METERS
- NEW FCC FORM ASKS 'THE FELONY QUESTION' 
- STATIC OVER AMATEUR TOWER IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
- FIRST IT WAS TOWERING, NOW IT'S NOT
- WORLD OF DX
- FINDING DIRECTION AT A UKRAINE SUMMER CAMP

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2077 for Friday, August 18, 2017

- NO REVIVAL OF AUSTRALIAN SHORTWAVE  
- BACK TO DAYTON: THIS TIME FOR THE AIR FORCE
- RAC MEMBERS VOTE IN SOUTHERN ONTARIO
- A BOOST FOR BOUVET ISLAND DXPEDITION
- RSGB CONVENTION TEAMS UP WITH AMSAT-UK COLLOQUIUM
- ECLIPSE HAS GOT SOLAR POWER
- QSL CARDS BECOME BIRTHDAY CARDS FOR AILING LITTLE BOY
- ARDF: A-HUNTING THEY WILL GO
- SCOUTS PREP FOR WORLDWIDE EVENT
- WORLD OF DX
- A HAM WITH A HIGH-FLYING ANTENNA

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2076 for Friday, August 11, 2017

- REVIVAL OF RADIO CAROLINE
- THE NEWEST CLUB IN TOWN
- RADIO CLUB OF AMERICA HONORS AMATEURS
- K2BSA HAD JAM-PACKED TIME AT JAMBOREE
- NEWCOMER OPERATING NEAR FIRE ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE
- JOHNSON SPACE CENTER HAMS LAUNCH 50TH ANNIVERSARY
- VIGILANT GUARD TESTS EMERGENCY READINESS
- SENATE CONFIRMS FCC NOMINEES
- THE WORLD OF DX
- FOR WHOM THE BELL DOESN'T TOLL

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2075 for Friday, August 4, 2017

- MARTY SULLAWAY KC1CWF NAMED 2017 YHOTY
- AROUND THE WORLD AND BACK AGAIN
- SUN CAN'T ECLIPSE EMERGENCY SERVICES
- ECLIPSE EXPERIMENT SHOULD SHED SOME LIGHT
- IN ILLINOIS, A SPECIAL SOLAR EVENT
- KIDS ENJOY A SUMMER OF SOLDERING, NOT SWIMMING
- TECHNICALLY SPEAKING, AN OPPORTUNITY
- 'FATHER OF COMPETITIVE RADIO' IN USSR BECOMES SK
- OHIO HAMS HOST 40-YEAR CELEBRATION
- WORLD OF DX
- THE ARRL GOES MOBILE?

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2074 for Friday, July 28 2017

- K2BSA - THE BUSIEST CALL SIGN ON THE BANDS?
- MORE HAMS IN INDIAN STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH
- BICYCLING HAM GEARS UP FOR QSOS
- CANADA'S 'CONFEDERATION LIGHTHOUSE' SPEAKS TO THE WORLD
- GB3OA REPEATER BACK IN THE GAME
- AMATEUR SERVES NASA FROM THE GROUND UP
- AUSTRALIA'S SUNSHINE COAST SHINES BRIGHTLY
- HAMS NEEDED FOR MEDICAL MISSION TO HONDURAS
- WORLD OF DX
- NOW THAT'S DX!

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2073 for Friday, July 21 2017

- AMELIA EARHART TRIBUTE FLIGHT: SUCCESS AND SETBACKS
- LOTTERY WINDFALL FOR DX GROUP IN UK
- BUILDING A BETTER BEACON
- DELBERT RAPP WB9UKG BECOMES SILENT KEY
- A TASTE OF HAM RADIO FRIEDRICHSHAFEN
- RADIO RENEWS FAMILY TIES FOR ABANDONED ELDERLY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2072 for Friday, July 14 2017

  • WILDFIRES RAGE IN CANADA
  • HAM RADIO IN MINT CONDITION
  • NEW JOBS FOR INDIANA HAMS
  • FINAL COUNTDOWN TO BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE
  • NEW LICENSES ISSUED IN SCANDINAVIA
  • OKLAHOMA CITY HAMFEST A HAM HOLIDAY
  • SILENT KEY: JEFFREY CARMEL N1SAV
  • SPECIAL HONOR FOR S.C. SILENT KEY
  • GETTING READY FOR HAMFESTERS OUTSIDE CHICAGO
  • STATION FIT FOR A QUEEN (MARY)
  • WORLD OF DX
  • BIKES ARE VEHICLES FOR KANSAS RESCUE DRILL

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2071 for Friday, July 7, 2017

  • CONVICTION IN ILLINOIS HAM'S KILLING
  • NEW FCC COMMISSIONER NOMINATED
  • BRIGHT TIME FOR LIGHTHOUSE ON PEI
  • LIGHTHOUSE-LIGHTSHIP WEEKEND REGISTRATION GROWS
  • HAM CLUB IN UK FIGHTS FOR SURVIVAL
  • ADVENTURE CONTINUES FOR AMELIA EARHART TRIBUTE PILOT
  • WORLD RADIOSPORT TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP PASSES TEST
  • WORLD OF DX
  • MORSE CODE IN A NEW DIMENSION

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2070 for Friday, June 30, 2017

  • SETTING THE STAGE FOR NEW ZEALAND SATELLITE
  • SPECIAL ASSIGNMENT FOR HAMS IN WEST BENGAL
  • MUSEUM-QUALITY QSOs IN TENNESSEE
  • JAKARTA PREPS FOR AMATEUR RADIO FAIR
  • 100-YEAR-OLD MILWAUKEE CLUB IS AN "OM" AMONG OMs
  • 2 WEEKS TO NATIONAL SCOUT JAMBOREE
  • WORLD OF DX
  • REPLACING A CW FIST WITH A WRIST

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2069 for Friday, June 23, 2017

  • HURRICANE SEASON COMES STORMING IN
  • "LAST MAN STANDING" BREATHES ITS LAST
  • SOLSTICE: RADIO'S LONGEST DAY
  • ALABAMA'S ARISS MOMENT
  • GIPPSTECH WINDOW IS CLOSING
  • SECOND TEST DAY PREPS FOR WRTC 2018
  • SOTA'S BIG DAY AT FRIEDRICHSCHAFEN
  • WORLD OF DX
  • PHYSICIST'S GIFT IS HEAVEN SENT

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2068 for Friday, June 16, 2017

  • HAMS MOBILIZE AMID SOUTH AFRICA'S WILDFIRES
  • HAMS ACTIVATED AFTER GUATEMALA QUAKE
  • AT FIRE DEPT., HAM RADIO TO THE RESCUE
  • FCC GETS TOUGH ON RF TESTING
  • IN JAMAICA, NO REMORSE OVER MORSE
  • STILLWATER HAMS MARK 25 YEARS
  • K2BSA GETS BUSY AS SUMMER STARTS
  • WORLD OF DX
  • THIS CHICKEN SANDWICH IS OUT TO LAUNCH

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2067 for Friday, June 09, 2017

  • HAMS BRAVE SRI LANKAN MONSOON
  • SPACE STATION ASTRONAUT IS TEACHER'S HELPER
  • BACK ON EARTH, THE PRIDE OF FRANCE
  • HAM RADIO, A SERVICE TO VETS
  • A TOWERING NEED FOR SAFETY FIRST
  • NOT JUST A CRUISE ALONG THE COAST
  • WORLD OF DX
  • BILL PASTERNAK WA6ITF SK AND HIS YHOTY LEGACY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2066 for Friday, June 02, 2017

  • FAMILY REUNION, RADIO STYLE
  • ONE HAM'S TRIBUTE TO AMELIA EARHART
  • FCC ACTS ON TWO INTERFERENCE CASES
  • K2BSA CONTINUES PREP FOR JAMBOREE
  • WHEN PIRATES WERE IN THEIR PRIME
  • THEY'RE SOUR ON HIS TOWER
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A TALE OF TWO HOLLANDS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2065 for Friday, May 26, 2017

  • HAMVENTION 2017 IS HISTORY
  • HAMS NEEDED FOR OLYMPIAN EFFORT
  • THE EAGLE FLIES HIGH FOR ARNEWSLINE's NT3V
  • NOMINATE A YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • A MAYDAY FOR MARITIME MOBILE
  • HAM RADIO GOES TO CAMP
  • GET READY FOR 100WAAW ACTIVITY
  • WORLD OF DX
  • CHASING AFTER HAM NATION GLORY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2064 for Friday, May 19, 2017

  • AT HAMVENTION, HAMS WHO MADE A DIFFERENCE
  • SILENT KEY HAD LONG COMBATIVE HISTORY WITH FCC
  • BELIZE CLUB ADMITTED INTO IARU
  • LAST DAYS TO NOMINATE YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • GERMANY GETS NEW 4 METER BAND
  • SCOUT CAMPS GET ON THE AIR
  • ONE CLUB'S HOMEBREW SOLUTION
  • WORLD OF DX
  • SPECIAL DELIVERY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline? Report 2063 for Friday, May 12, 2017

  • BREAKING NEWS - ABC CANCELS LAST MAN STANDING
  • FCC COMMENT SYSTEM UNDER SIEGE
  • INDY SPEEDWAY'S RADIO RACE IS ON
  • IN SWEDEN A SMALL BUT HEARTY PARTY
  • ONTARIO HAMS GET THE WORD OUT
  • TIME RUNNING OUT FOR YHOTY NOMINATIONS
  • NEW ZEALAND HAMS GO LOW-POWER, HIGH-PROFILE
  • REBUILDING ARES IN PUERTO RICO
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A VIRTUAL WALL? IT'S IN THE CARDS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2062 for Friday, May 5, 2017

  • HAMS AID RESCUE ON THE RIVER
  • WHAT, NO MORE MORSE?
  • MALTA, UAE GET ON 60 METERS
  • K2BSA ON THE AIR IN OREGON AND CALIFORNIA
  • STILL SEEKING YHOTY NOMINATIONS
  • VOA MUSEUM, A HAMVENTION 'PLUS'
  • NETS OF NOTE: THE AIR FORCE FLYERS CLUB NET
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • SKY HIGH TOY STORY

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2061 for Friday, April 28, 2017

  • SOUNDING OFF ABOUT QRM IN THE UK
  • IN INDIA, ATTENTION TO ANTENNAS
  • GOING BIG WITH BALLOONS
  • COUNTDOWN FOR YHOTY NOMINATIONS
  • KIDS ARE KEEN ON KITS
  • INTERNATIONAL REPEATER GROUP MAKES CONNECTIONS
  • STARRING ROLE FOR DSTAR
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • AUSTRALIA'S BACK IN SPACE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2060 for Friday, April 21, 2017

  • VHF PACKET DELIVERS ON THE SPACE STATION
  • IN CORNWALL, FROM TITANIC TO MARCONI
  • NO SHORTAGE OF SHORTWAVE
  • STILL TIME TO NOMINATE YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • GIRLS JUST WANNA HAVE TECH
  • TIME TO PARTY IN NEW ENGLAND
  • GETTING LUCKY IN KENTUCKY
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • HERE'S TO THE NEXT 60 YEARS IN JAPAN

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2059 for April 14, 2017

  • IN INDIA, A REUNION BY RADIO
  • GOOD PROGNOSIS FOR HOSPITAL RADIOS
  • FOR K2BSA, IT's MORSE AND MORE
  • BREAKING THE ICE....IN ICELAND
  • KNOW A POTENTIAL YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR? 
  • MARKING THE DAY OF MARCONI
  • ON THE FRONT PORCH OF RADIO HISTORY
  • PLANNING FOR DAYTON: HOW SUPERSUITE IT IS!
  • WORLD OF DX
  • ESSEX HAMS IN A LATHER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2058 for April 7, 2017

  • AUSTRALIA'S TROPICAL CYCLONE DRAWS AMATEUR RESPONSE
  • COLOMBIAN HAMS AFTER FLOODS, LANDSLIDE
  • RESTORING RADIO AUSTRALIA'S SHORTWAVE
  • UPDATE: IN THE UK, RADIO MUSEUM DOORS OPEN
  • DON'T FORGET OUR YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • LIGHTHOUSE SHINES ITS WAY TO A QSO
  • FIRSTNET FOR THOSE FIRST ON THE SCENE
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A NET IN THE NAME OF FRIENDSHIP

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2057 for March 31, 2017

  • WHEN SOUND CARDS ARE A SOUND IDEA
  • DIGITAL CROSSES THE FINISH LINE
  • 103-YEAR-OLD HAM IN RUSSIA, A SILENT KEY
  • PUTTING ITALY'S REPEATERS ON THE MAP
  • IARU GUIDE: NOTHING LOST IN TRANSLATION
  • DON'T FORGET: YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR
  • RADIO SCOUTING UPDATE
  • HAMS' TRADITION OF SURVIVAL
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • PIERRE PULLINMYLEG AND A LICENSE WITH CLASS!

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2056 for March 24, 2017
* SPEAKING UP (LOUDLY) ABOUT RISING NOISE FLOOR * FROM DUBLIN TO NEPAL AND BACK AGAIN * THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF AM ARE BACK * NETS OF NOTE: THE BROTHERS NET * A YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR REMEMBERS 2011 * GREATER HOUSTON HAMFEST'S HAPPENING * WHEN ALL THE WORLD'S A TRANSMITTER * TRANSMITTING, IN A NUTSHELL SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2055 for March 17, 2017
* CRYSTAL MANUFACTURER SHUTTING AFTER 6 DECADES * MONIX: THE LONG AND SHORT OF SHORTWAVE * PUSH-TO-TALK MAKES CONTACTS - AND FRIENDS * YL DXER IS DAYTON DINNER'S HEADLINER * THE PLACE TO BE FOR WEST VIRGINIA HAMS * SOTA SCALES TO NEW HEIGHTS, NEW CHALLENGES * WORLD OF DX * YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR: NOMINATIONS ARE OPEN SCRIPT AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2054 for March 10, 2017

  • SHEDDING LIGHT ON AN RFI ISSUE
  • WWV: THE DAY THAT TIME STOOD STILL
  • A MEDAL FOR HER MORSE CODE
  • NOMINATE YOUR "YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR"
  • SHE'S A SCHOLAR - AND A TOP HAM
  • K2BSA ACTIVATIONS IN LOUISIANA AND OHIO
  • HURRICANE WATCH NET'S DON KAY K0IND, SK
  • WORLD OF DX
  • FOLLOW THE 'MORSE CODE BRICK ROAD'

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2053 for March 3, 2017

  • HAM RADIO ADDED TO POLICE RESOURCES IN INDIA
  • WORLD-CLASS PLANNING FOR HF CONTEST
  • HELPING PROSPECTIVE HAMS, BY THE BOOK
  • A WINNING WYONG FIELD DAY 
  • NOMINATE YOUR "YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR"  
  • GETTING ON BOARD THE HAM RADIO BUS  
  • NEW MANAGER FOR ARRL WEST VIRGINIA SECTION  
  • THE WORLD OF DX  
  • HEARING DUBAI'S VICE PRESIDENT LOUD AND CLEAR  

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2052 February 24 2017

  • NEW AMATEUR RADIO ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
  • ARISS: BOOK EARLY, DON'T GET LOST IN SPACE
  • NAVAL HONORS FOR AUSTRALIAN AMATEURS
  • RADIO SCOUTING
  • NEWFOUNDLAND HAM BECOMES RAC'S ATLANTIC DEPUTY DIRECTOR
  • CONTACT WITH THE CONCORDE
  • HAMS HELP CELEBRATE RADIO STATION'S 95 YEARS
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • IN SEARCH OF YOUNG HAM OF THE YEAR 2017

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2051 for February 17, 2017

  • NO RADIO SILENCE IN ANTARCTICA
  • THIS 'COMEBACK KID' IS AN OM
  • HONORING A HEROIC HAM AND HIS CREW
  • SHORTWAVE FEST LONG ON AMBITION
  • NEWEST RADIO INTERFERENCE UNDER THE SUN?
  • TWO SILENT KEYS FOR THE CENTURY
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A VERY MERRY "CHRISTMAS HAM"

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2050 February 10 2017

  • TAKING 630 METERS FOR A TEST DRIVE
  • DISTINCTION FOR A YOUNG DXer
  • SCOUT CAMPS GET ON THE AIR
  • WORLD OF DX
  • HISTORY ON THE USS HORNET
  • SAILING TOWARD SIGNALS IN SYDNEY
  • ROUNDING UP CONTACTS FOR SCHOOL HAM CLUBS
  • A SPECIAL REQUEST FOR A FRIEND'S SPECIAL PROJECT

SCRIPT

 

EXTRA

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2049 for February 03, 2017

  • IN WASHINGTON, D.C., HAIL TO THE HAMS!
  • SILENT KEY: NYC MARATHON'S ALLAN STEINFELD W2TN
  • A WORLD RADIO DAY PREVIEW IN LONDON
  • HONORS FOR HAM IN MAUI
  • HAM RADIO GOES IVY LEAGUE
  • NETS OF NOTE: THE YEAR OF THE ROOSTER
  • AUSTRALIAN HAMS MARK HISTORIC WW2 BOMBING
  • WORLD OF DX
  • NOT-SO-POETIC LICENSE

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2048 for January 27, 2017

  • AMATEUR RADIO PARITY ACT PASSES IN HOUSE
  • MISSOURI LAWMAKERS CONSIDER STATE PARITY ACT
  •  NEW CHAIRMAN AT HELM OF FCC
  • D-STAR BECOMES FIREFIGHTING TOOL
  • HAM AND EGGS, BUT MOSTLY HAMS
  • STRONG TALK ON WEAK SIGNALS FROM NOBEL LAUREATE
  • AN HF HOMECOMING ACROSS THE MILES
  • MORE ACTIVATIONS FOR K2BSA
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • USING CODE IN A FLASH

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2047 for January 20, 2017

  • BREAKING NEWS: DISCUSSIONS ATTEMPT TO SAVE LONG ISLAND REPEATER
  • U.S. HOUSE GETS AMATEUR RADIO PARITY ACT
  • HISTORIC SHORTWAVE SITE TO BE CLEARED
  • PORT ELIZABETH CONTEST A 44-HOUR RADIO FEST
  • THE 60 METER COMMUNITY GROWS
  • ESSEX RAYNET ANSWERS FLOOD OF REQUESTS
  • NOVICE RIG ROUNDUP NOT JUST FOR OLDTIMERS
  • AN IDEA WORTH SCOUTING OUT
  • ZANE GREY EVENT
  • AN AUSSIE HAM BY ANY OTHER NAME....
  • REMEMBERING HUNTSVILLE HAMFEST'S CHARLIE EMERSON N4OKL, SK

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2046 for January 13, 2017

  • LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK REPEATER IMPERILED
  • MEMORIAL PLAQUE NAMED FOR POPULAR UK CONTESTER
  • NETS OF NOTE: THE YL SYSTEM
  • RADIO CLUB OF AMERICA SPOTLIGHTS 'WIRELESS WOMEN'
  • SCOUTS GETTING PREPPED FOR JAMBOREE ON THE AIR
  • 100 YEARS' WORTH OF ISLAND CELEBRATION
  • KAZAKHSTAN GETS 60 METER BAND
  • 80-METER COUNTIES CONTEST LOGS ARE DUE
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • POLITICS ASIDE, INAUGURATING THE AIRWAVES

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2045 for January 06, 2017

  • GENEROSITY'S IN ORBIT WITH THE ISS
  • HAMS ASSIST AT HINDU GATHERING
  • BACK TO SCHOOL AT HAM RADIO UNIVERSITY
  • NEW LF FREQUENCY EYED FOR FRENCH LICENSEES
  • AUSTRALIAN HAMS AWAIT 60 METER BAND
  • AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES HOST FIRST NET
  • AMATEUR RADIO SISTERHOOD HONORS COFOUNDER
  • CANADA CELEBRATES COMING OF AGE IN BATTLE
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • U.S. WINTER FIELD DAY IS HOT, HOT, HOT!

SCRIPT

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2044 for December 30, 2016

  • HAMS RESPOND TO SUPER TYPHOON IN PHILIPPINES
  • RADIO AUSTRALIA ENDING SHORTWAVE BROADCASTS
  • NO WALK IN THE PARK
  • SILENT KEY: ALAN HEATHER  G0PQA
  • SILENT KEY: CANADA'S WILLIAM JAMES 'BILL' GILLIS VE1WG
  • HAMS KEEP PACE IN PARADISE
  • NO QTH TO CALL THEIR OWN
  • VIRGINIA FONE NET, AN 'OM' AMONG NETS
  • THAT'S THE SPIRIT! LOOK OUT FOR INTREPID DX AWARDS
  • SCOUT MERIT BADGE FINDS NEW DIRECTION
  • WORLD OF DX
  • A NET GAIN FOR THE SANTA NET

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2043 for December 23, 2016

  • MISSOURI AMATEURS RENEW PARITY ACT PUSH
  • AUTHOR DECIPHERS SDR -- AGAIN
  • DRUMMING UP A LICENSE UPGRADE
  • CELEBRATING RADIO HISTORY AND A LITTLE OF HIS OWN TOO
  • NORWAY'S RADIO GOES DIGITAL
  • UK TESTS GO ONLINE, THEN ON THE AIR
  • HAMS KEEP PACE IN PARADISE
  • UK STUDENT-BUILT BALLOON REACHES ALASKA
  • WORLD OF DX
  • 'TWAS THE END OF THIS WEEK'S NEWSCAST

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2042 for December 16, 2016

  • BREAKING NEWS: FCC CHAIRMAN TOM WHEELER STEPPING DOWN
  • HAMS PROVIDE INDONESIAN EARTHQUAKE RESPONSE
  • HAMS' CHALLENGE DURING GATLINBURG FIRES
  • THE SUN SHINES ON SKYWARN OPERATORS
  • NEW PSK31 PARTY HAS NO COMPETITION
  • TRANSMITTING ENCOURAGEMENT TO NEW ZEALAND HAMS
  • LEBANESE AMATEUR RECEIVES YASME AWARDSSTV: RADIO FOR YOUR EYES AS WELL AS EARSWORLD OF DX
  • A PARADE THAT RUNS (OR MARCHES) ON HAM POWER

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2041 for December 09, 2016

  • REMEMBERING SLAIN AMATEUR TYRONE HARDIN KD9ERC, SK
  • NEW LEADERSHIP ROLE FOR PARITY ACT SPONSOR
  • HOLIDAY SPIRIT IS IN -- AND ON -- THE AIR
  • A CHRISTMAS GIFT FROM BETHLEHEM
  • AMATEURS TEAM UP TO ENCOURAGE DISABLED HAMS IN SWITZERLAND
  • MILLING AROUND ON THE AIR
  • FIRST AUSTRALIAN WINS RSGB IOTA ARCTIC ISLANDS AWARD 
  • NEW ENTRY INTO CANADIAN AMATEUR RADIO HALL OF FAME
  • WORLD OF DX
  • TRY DRINKING IN THESE RADIO FREQUENCIES!

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2040 for December 02, 2016

  • RADIO AMATEUR FATALLY SHOT IN CHICAGO
  • SILENT KEY: WORLD WAR II VETERAN, FORMER CHILD ACTOR JEROME SCHATZ W2MFW
  • DEADLY WILDFIRES RAGE IN TENNESSEE
  • HAWAIIAN PARADISE FOR DX
  • HIS HOPES ARE UP IN THE AIR
  • HONORING TWO GREAT WORLD WAR II BATTLESHIPS
  • TIME TO WORK SANTA'S WORKSHOP
  • YOUNGSTERS ON THE AIR IN DECEMBER
  • ESSAY CONTEST FOR YOUNG HAMS
  • SCHOFIELD MIDDLE SCHOOL A ROUNDUP WINNER AGAIN
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • SPECIAL REPORT: PEARL HARBOR AND HAMS WHO REMEMBER DEC. 7 1941

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2039 for November 25, 2016

  • MORE SUSPICIOUS RADIO SIGNALS TROUBLE INDIA
  • IN NEW ZEALAND QUAKE, RADIO AMID THE RUBBLE
  • A NEW SUMMIT-TO-SUMMIT SUCCESS
  • WEATHER OR NOT, HERE COMES THE BALLOON
  • KEYING IN ON THE KEYSTONE STATE
  • SCOUTS WRAP UP JAMBOREE ON THE AIR
  • THREE NEW EMERGENCY ALERT EVENT CODES
  • PHILIPPINE AMATEURS MARK 84 YEARS
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • NO PLACE LIKE HARA FOR THE HOLIDAYS

SCRIPT

AUDIO 

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2038 for November 18, 2016

  • NEW ZEALAND AMATEURS CHALLENGED BY MASSIVE QUAKE
  • PROMOTING HAM RADIO FOR THE DISABLED
  • PUTTING THE 'RADIO' IN HAM RADIO
  • REMEMBERING WITH REVERENCE AND RADIO
  • MILLING ABOUT ON THE AIR
  • SILENT KEY: IVAN PASTRE F3AT
  • SILENT KEY: ARRL'S Tod Olson, K0TO
  • WORLD OF DX
  • SANTA ARCHIVES

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2037 for November 11, 2016

  • GREEN BANK OBSERVATORY IN DANGER OF CLOSING
  • SUPER MOON DOESN'T ALWAYS BRING SUPER CONTACTS
  • TEAM FROM CUBA AND U.S. MAKE FILM FEATURING HAM RADIO
  • JAMBOREE ON THE AIR RELEASES ITS NUMBERS
  • HOPEFUL HAMS AWAIT TEST RESULTS IN LEBANON
  • ANOTHER SOTA 'SUPER ACTIVATION'
  • PUTTING THE 'RADIO' IN HAM RADIO
  • HAM IN BERMUDA HONORED BY HURRICANE WATCH NET
  • MONK APOLLO BACK ON MOUNT ATHOS
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • ON THE AIR WITH KB2GSD, WALTER CRONKITE (SORT OF)

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2036 for November 4, 2016

  • AMATEURS TRACK POTENTIAL TERROR
  • ATTACK PLAN SUSPECTED ON HAARP FACILITY
  • IN MEMORY OF THREE SILENT KEYS
  • CELEBRATING AMPLITUDE MODULATION IN AUSTRALIA
  • HISTORY, BRAVERY AND AUSTRALIANS ON THE AIR
  • YOUNG HAMS WHO MAKE THE GRADE
  • KC0W IS ON THE MOOOOOOOVE AGAIN
  • WORLD OF DX
  • A COMIC STRIP TRIBUTE TO CODE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2035 for October 28, 2016

  • THE WORLD GOES SUMMIT-TO SUMMIT
  • SPECIAL EVENT STATION BOOSTS UNICEF
  • A PLAN TO TAKE SPACE WEATHER BY STORM
  • PUMPKIN PATROL HELPS SQUASH HALLOWEEN MISCHIEF
  • SCOUTS RECAP BIG JAMBOREE WEEKEND
  • TWO DAYS DEVOTED TO AM ACTIVITIES
  • AMATEURS AID RECOVERY AFTER PHILIPPINES TYPHOON
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • THIS MYSTERY WAS IN THE BAG

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2034 for October 21, 2016

  • SILENT KEY: KING OF THAILAND, HS1A 
  • SILENT KEY: REPEATER PIONEER JOHN CROCKETT W3KH
  • NAVAJO CODE TALKER DIES IN ARIZONA
  • YOUNG VOICES HEARD IN SCHOOL CLUB ROUNDUP
  • AUSTRALIAN STEM SYMPOSIUM NEEDS INPUT
  • SYDNEY AMATEURS DEBUT NEW WEBSDR
  • A RADIO MYSTERY ALONG BENGAL BORDER IN INDIA
  • WORLD OF DX
  • NATIONAL PARKS ON THE AIR, VK STYLE

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2033 October 14, 2016

  • MUSEUM'S HAM CLUB LINKS STUDENTS TO ISS
  • CANADA 150 ANNIVERSARY and LIGHTHOUSE ACTIVATION
  • DANISH AMATEUR COMES FULL CYCLE
  • MAKING A PRESENT OF THE PAST
  • PATCHWORK STUDY PAYS OFF FOR SCOUTS
  • EYE ON PEAK CONDITIONS FOR SUMMIT-TO-SUMMIT
  • AMATEURS PLAY KEY ROLE IN INDONESIAN FLOOD RESCUE
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • A GREAT SIGNAL REPORT FOR THE DUKE AND DUCHESS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2032 October 7, 2016

  • AMATEUR RADIO RESPONDS TO HURRICANE MATTHEW
  • MEETING THE CHALLENGE OF COLORADO'S WILDFIRES 
  • TEAM USA WINS BIG IN DIRECTION FINDING CONTEST
  • NEW YORK'S THE PARTY STATE
  • BUSY WEEK FOR RADIO SCOUTING
  • BACK TO SCHOOL WITH A "CLUB ROUNDUP"
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • IN WASHINGTON STATE, HE'S AN OM AT 7

SCRIPT

AUDIO 

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2031 September 30, 2016

  • TOWERING QSOs AT DEVIL'S TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT
  • MAKING CONTACTS FOR THE TRIBES
  • CELEBRATING MAINE'S FIRST YL AT 108
  • ARISS INSPIRES THE NEXT GENERATION
  • ARISS GETS AN UPGRADE
  • 'LAST MAN STANDING' BUT FIRST ON DSTAR
  • CW CLUB LOOKING FOR ANNIVERSARY OPERATORS
  • TEAM USA WINS BIG IN DIRECTION FINDING CONTEST
  • THREE MORE ACTIVATIONS FOR K2BSA
  • PEOPLE IN THE NEWS: THE UK's DAVE DEANE EI9FBB AND FOUR IN NEW YORK
  • THE WORLD OF DX
  • RECIPES ON THE AIR

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast

Amateur Radio Newsline Report 2030 September 23, 2016

  • RECORD BREAKER ON 630 METERS
  • HAWAII GETS REAL ABOUT TSUNAMI SIMULATION
  • VOICE OF AMERICA'S BETHANY RELAY STATION MARKS ANNIVERSARY
  • AIR SHOW SPECIAL EVENT PUTS TECHS ON 10 METERS
  • SILENT KEYS: PATRICK DOHERTY VE3PD AND TERRY BARNES GI3USS
  • "LAST MAN STANDING" STARTS SEASON 6
  • FALLING OUT with 100 WATTS AND A WIRE
  • DATV QSO KICKS OFF 6TH ANNUAL QSO PARTY
  • UK PREPS FOR ITS LARGEST HAMFEST
  • K2BSA ACTIVATING IN 3 MORE STATES
  • OKLAHOMA HAMS SEEK HELP WITH STORM REPAIRS

SCRIPT

AUDIO

Podcast