ICQ Podcast Episode 345 – Progressive Changes at ARRL

In this episode, Martin (M1MRB) is joined by Leslie Butterfield G0CIB, Dan Romanchik KB6NU and Edmund Spicer M0MNG to discuss the latest Amateur / Ham Radio news. Colin (M6BOY) rounds up the news in brief and in this episode’s features is in an interview with ARRL David Minster NA2AA, and the President, Rick Roderick K5UR as they discuss changes for the ARRL with Frank Howell K4FMH.

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- Concord Student Wins Congressional App Challenge - ARRL Reject Additional VEC's - ARRL to consider covering young members license fee - German Radio Hams Tackling RF Noise Pollution - UK Amateur Radio Operator Celebrates 100th Birthday - The Royal Australian Air Force - 100 Year Centenary. VK100AF & VI100AF - Light Up 2 Meters Night, an FM Simplex Event - ARRL CEO David Minster (NA2AA) to keynote QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo

Colin Butler, M6BOY, is the host of the ICQ Podcast, a weekly radio show about Amateur Radio. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “ICQ Podcast Episode 345 – Progressive Changes at ARRL”

  • wa1fft:

    Hi, trying to read this topic. Unable to figure out how to download the article.
    Regards and 73
    Ray WA1FFT

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