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  • A December 2008 study showed that almost 50 percent of ARRLĀ PIOs had no public relations training, while others had little or some training.

    08/21/2009 | PR-101 Course Introduced at ARRL National Convention

    The ARRL Public Relations Committee unveiled the new ARRL's PR-101 course today at the 2009 ARRL National Convention at the Dayton Hamvention. The course -- designed to give hams a quick course in public relations activities -- was quickly snapped up by A
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    08/17/2009 | HPM/140 Birthday Celebration Event Coming Next Month

    The Hiram Percy Maxim Birthday celebration is back! This year, the ARRL is honoring the 140th anniversary of the birth of the League's first president and cofounder. Hiram Percy Maxim, W1AW, was born September 2, 1869 and died February 17, 1936, in a Colo
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  • 05/22/2009 | May Section Manager Election Results Announced

    In the only contested Section Manager race this spring, Mel Parkes, NM7P, of Layton, was re-elected as the Utah Section Manager with 480 votes. His opponent, Lauri "Mac" McCreary, KG7C, of Lehi, received 147 votes. Parkes, who has held the Secti
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  • 03/03/2009 | ARRL Invites Nominations for 2008 Hiram Percy Maxim Award

    The ARRL invites nominations for the 2008 Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial Award. The League's premier youth recognition, the Hiram Percy Maxim Memorial Award is awarded annually to a radio amateur under age 21 in recognition of the recipient's accomplishments
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  • 02/25/2009 | 2009 Winter Section Manager Election Results

    ARRL members in the North Texas Section have elected a new Section Manager. Jay Urish, W5GM, of Flower Mound, received 740 votes; his opponent, incumbent Section Manager Tom Blackwell, N5GAR, of Dallas, received 678 votes. Blackwell has served as Section
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  • 12/10/2008 | FCC Calls on Amateur Radio Service for Assistance with Digital TV Conversion

    Earlier this week, the ARRL received a request from the FCC asking that ARRL members to provide technical educational assistance to their communities concerning the FCC-mandated digital television (DTV) conversion scheduled for February 17, 2009.
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