HAM Radionline 2020 statistics released

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  1. G4TUT

    G4TUT Ham Member QRZ Page

    HAM Radionline 2020 statistics released

    DARC reports there were 28,000 views on their channel during the HAM RADIOnline 2020 event held June 26-28 but just 3.4% were women and only 1.5% under 35

    HAM RADIOnline 2020 ran from June 26-28 and replaced the in-person Friedrichshafen event which was cancelled due to Coronavirus.

    A translation reads:

    Like hardly any other type of targeting, YouTube's system statistics reveal how the response of the online content has been to the public.
    We remember: Usually we would give you the number of visitors to the HAM RADIO fair at this point. Let’s take a look at DARC’s own “darchamradio” YouTube channel in this message.

    During the above period, our YouTube channel had an estimated 28,000 views. The average playback time (in the past 28 days) is 7:02 minutes and in the same period our DARC channel gained 496 subscribers - thank you very much! 96.6% of the audience is male, 3.4% female. In the past 28 days, 21.8% of the audience came from DL, 0.7% from HB9 and 0.6% from OE.

    The demographic distribution is concentrated at 64% in the age group 55+, 21.4% are 45 to 54 years old and 12.7% are 35 to 44 years old.
    [DARC don't state the under 35 figure but it can be calculated from data above]

    The top videos of the HAM RADIOnline 2020 with 32 067 minutes of playback were the lecture "Toroidal applications in antenna technology", "From zero to a hundred to the moon" (26 682), "Opening and creation of the HAM RADIOnline 2020" (17 865) , "QO-100 for beginners" (17 768), "DARC Club Championship and Shortwave Cup 2019" (15 556), "Radio weather simply explained" (10 716) and "QO-100 - how do I become a QRV?" Brings it to 9230 These numbers are only snapshots anyway, because the contents of the virtual HAM RADIO remain online and will continue to generate more clicks in the future.

    It should be noted that the clicks mentioned only concern the DARC channel, because the other channels of "Faszination Amateurfunk" (FA), the SDR Academy (SDRA) and the amateur radio colloquium also attracted many interested parties and are not considered here. The SDRA and the FA channel also streamed live, with a total of around 500 viewers online at peak times. Without further discussion, the numbers speak for themselves and in Corona times we can proudly say: The HAM RADIOnline 2020 was a complete success!

    Nevertheless, we look forward to a personal reunion with all members and friends in Friedrichshafen - hopefully as early as next year.

    Source DARC https://darc.de/


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