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ARRL Audio News

About ARRL Audio News

ARRL Audio News is a summary of the week’s top news stories in the world of Amateur Radio, hosted by Sean Kutzko, KX9X. Compiled from the ARRL Letter, ARRL Audio News condenses the major Amateur Radio news highlights of the week into a fifteen-minute audio report. Enjoy ARRL Audio News anywhere: on your smart phone or tablet, your local repeater, or stream it on the go!
 

Audio News Format

Each edition of ARRL Audio News runs about 15 minutes. For those airing ARRL Audio News on repeaters, listen for the letter "K" sent in Morse code every three minutes or so; that signals a five second pause in the audio. We provide these breaks to give you a moment to prevent your repeater from timing out or insert a repeater ID.
 

Subscribing to ARRL Audio News

 The ARRL Audio News is available via RSS feed and also via iTunes. Search for "ARRL Audio News" using your favorite podcast app.
 

Want to be featured on ARRL Audio News?

ARRL Members are invited to send us an MP3 using this script: "I'm ARRL member [your name and call sign] from [your city and state or country], and you're listening to ARRL Audio News." Please follow the script exactly, and keep your recording under ten seconds long. If your recording is clearly understandable, we'll consider it for possible use during the program!
 

Availability

ARRL Audio News is posted every Friday afternoon, except holidays.
 

Comments?

E-mail us: audionews@arrl.org

April 11, 2014

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In this week's report: Amateur Radio-Developed Software is Assisting in the Search for Flight 370; Washington’s Aeronautic Safety Law Exempts Amateur Radio "Guyed Towers; WWV's 25 MHz Signal is Back on the Air for a Limited Time.

April 4, 2014

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In this week's report: ARRL Calls for" Timely and Visible" Amateur Radio Enforcement by the FCC; Stormy Weather May Force A Retreat of The VK9MT Mellish Reef DXpedition Team; The Voice of Russia Goes Dark After All.

March 28, 2014

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In this week's report: Amateur Radio and Federal Government Join Forces in a 5 MHz Communication Exercise; Amateur Radio Responds to the Washington Landslide Response; ARRL Executive Committee to Meet in St Louis.

March 21, 2014

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In this week's report" ARRL Registers a Formal Complaint with the FCC over HF Interference from "Grow Lights;" The FCC Invites Public Comment of a Petition affecting the 10 GHz Band; The National Hurricane Conference Announces Amateur Radio Sessions for 2014.