Radio Air Talent who are also hams

Discussion in 'Contests, DXpeditions and Special Events' started by K7UNL, Dec 20, 2003.

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  1. K7UNL

    K7UNL Ham Member QRZ Page

    Try as I might I can't find a net or organization of former and current commercial radio air talent and program directors who are also hams. We'd have a lot to talk about. If you have ever worked in commercial radio and would be interested in such a net or organization, please contact me.

    Bob, KD7UNL
     
  2. K2KLI

    K2KLI Banned QRZ Page

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  3. Guest

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    Have been working in commercial radio since 1989, havebeen hosting a weekly show since 1997 at
    http://acappellahour.tripod.com

    Have been a ham snce 1990

    kb0fmj
     
  4. KF4VGV

    KF4VGV Ham Member QRZ Page

    I was in commercial radio in the Myrtle Beach, SC area from 1978-1990. Those were some wild times! [​IMG]
     
  5. K7DLX

    K7DLX Ham Member QRZ Page

    I was a josh dickey (as the inimitable Gary Owens puts it) from 1977 to 1992, all over the Western States.

    Of course, I didn't get my ticket until 1983, but....

    My vanity call came through today, I'm waiting for my QRZ username to be changed. My new call pays homage to my favorite station I worked at, KDLX-AM in St. George, Utah from 1986 to 1989.

    My new call is K7DLX.

    73!

    Richard
     
  6. AB8RU

    AB8RU Ham Member QRZ Page

    Society of Broadcast Engineers has a Ham Net SBE on the Air check out SBE web site

    Also SBE is looking for Members I am a Member myself and doing the CRO exam.

    I am also on discussions thru Broadcasting Web page

    Member since DEC 2003
     
  7. AG3Y

    AG3Y Guest

    I had my 1st Class Commercial RadioTelephone Operators License for YEARS before I got into ham radio! I spent over a decade behind a microphone ( other than a ham one, that is! ) and must admit that I miss it quite a bit!

    However, now on ham radio, I hardly ever touch a microphone, and really love the digi modes! I guess that is a reaction, in a wierd sort of way, of my "professional" years behind the mic! I have no other explaination! [​IMG]

    73 from Jim AG3Y
     
  8. KC9ECI

    KC9ECI XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    W0EAS used to be a local radio personality around these parts.
     
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