TX Factor Episode 7 Is Live

The long-awaited next edition of the UK-based HD TV show dedicated to amateur radio is now available at www.txfactor.co.uk

In this episode the team investigates the issues of recruiting young people to the hobby and visits a veteran amateur who’s an inspiration to us all! We discover what the IOTA programme has to celebrate and test an innovative 2 metre antenna which can be won in our next draw.

We hope you enjoy the show!

TX Factor Team

Nick Bennett 2EØFGQ co-hosts TX Factor with Bob McCreadie GØFGX and Mike Marsh G1IAR. Contact the team at [email protected]

5 Responses to “TX Factor Episode 7 Is Live”

  • Peter kg5wy:

    The TX factor produces the best amateur radio videos I have ever seen.
    I have seen many amateur radio video programs and this tops them all!!
    The professionalism, quality and content are all great.
    Very motivational and inspirational.
    I only wish the team would make them more often.

  • Thanks Peter – we really enjoy making the shows. Video programmes of this nature are quite costly to produce, so we have to cut our cloth! We’re glad you appreciate the effort.


  • Matt W1MST:

    Nick, do you have a way for people to financially contribute to your efforts?

  • Matt, not at present but it is certainly a consideration for the future. Do you think the world-wide AR community would support this method (donations) to supplement the income from sponsorship?

  • Matt W1MST:

    I think so, but that’s just a guess.

    The cost to give people the option of donating is minimal.

    You could always acknowledge your contributors on your show. People like being recognized for supporting a great cause! 🙂

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