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You're Invited! Get On A Live World Wide "Radio" Broadcast Of The Dayton Hamvention 2

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  1. KG4WXV

    KG4WXV Ham Member QRZ Page

    The QSO Radio Show will be broadcasting live from the Dayton Hamvention 2014.
    Come by our booth and visit with us on the air and share your ham radio story.
    You are invited to get on the air with us and tell the world about this incredible hobby!
    Share with a “global” listening audience estimated in the “millions” about your club, group or your own ham radio story.
    In past years these broadcasts have brought numbers of folks from overseas to the Dayton Hamvention.
    Millions of shortwave listeners contemplate getting into Ham Radio. It could be that your story may be the deciding
    factor to get them on board.
    Pass the word around and come and visit with us “on the air” and bring friends with you and tell your Ham Radio story.
    Don’t be shy join us live on the air from Dayton and share with the world about this fantastic hobby of ham radio.

    We will be on the air on WTWW Lebanon Tennessee just outside Nashville Tennessee
    WTWW is an International shortwave broadcast facility located in TN with three 100 kilowatt transmitters and acres of antenna farm.
    Three full size rhombic antennas reach all over the US and around the world.
    WTWW is the home of the QSO Radio Show.

    Friday from 10 AM till 3 PM CDT on 12.105 MHZ
    Saturday from 10 AM till 3 PM CDT on 9.475 MHZ and 12.105 MHZ
    Sunday from 10 AM till 12 PM CDT on 12.105 MHZ

    This year we have added 12.105 the 25 meter band to enhance the global coverage.

    Live streaming coverage of the broadcast will be available on the QSO Radio Show website.
    As well as on the WTWW website
    These broadcasts will be re-broadcast at later dates to be announced on the website.
    The shows will be archived on the website and on ITunes to listen to later.

    For a quick view of the transmitter facility this is a fun link.

    Please excuse any typos LOL
    On behalf of:
    Ted Randall
    Host of the QSO Radio Show
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