Amateur Radio

www.radioclubofamerica.org  The Radio Club of America, founded in 1909 in New York, welcomes new members. The Club sponsors scholarships, gives awards for various telecommunications accomplishments, publishes a newsletter and magazine, conducts annual banquets on each coast and has breakfast and dinner meetings with guest speakers. Meetings are held in conjunction with conventions in various cities.

www.qcwa.org  The Quarter Century Wireless Association welcomes new members who had an amateur radio license at least 25 years ago. The association has local chapter meetings, a national convention, a quarterly magazine and a scholarship program.

www.yesterdayusa.com   Yesterday USA streams audio over the Internet. Featured are old time radio shows all day long, every day, with a live broadcast every weekday morning from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. ET and each night at 10:30 PM ET.

Visit my friend Bradley Thunderbird Phoenix's Web site for X-Cursion Media and the Montage Radio Theatre, where "the mission is to preserve the art of audio theatre and promote the arts."                       
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Mercy Contreras, Diane Weidenbenner and Karen Clark of Marketing Connection offer advertising, marketing, sales, public relations, association management, sales training, event planning and trade shows.

If radio broadcasting is one of your interests, you'll enjoy the Web page of Don Mueller, who was Don Miller on KDKO radio station, Littleton (Denver), Colorado. He's one of a kind, and we worked at the radio station at the same time in the late 1970s.

RadioEmporium.net, a Web site maintained by Safford Black, has news and historical items about radio stations. I contributed a logo from KUAD, 1170 AM in Windsor, Colorado, that I photographed from a windbreaker I've kept in my closet since working there in 1970.