|[AMRadio] QST, Tubes, et. al..|
rwpeters at swbell.net
Tue Apr 22 10:41:37 EDT 2008
I agree on QST and advertising advertising more then any one person can
stand but as far as great articles are concerned World Radio is doing a
great job with a newsprint type mag. They have interesting and well done
story's. I talked to the editor about an AM and BA Section. Her reply
was great lets do it... Well guess what folks it takes folks that want
to write. I am not a writer as can be seen here. If we have someone that
wants to step up and do a monthly they are very open to it..
This Mag is a low cost well done Magazine. I have been taking it for 3
years now and read it and its sister mag MILITARY cover to cover
monthly. Advertising is a big part of it but well done small company's
jthat can afford B&W Adds...
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net
[mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net] On Behalf Of M. K. Hess
Sent: Tuesday, April 22, 2008 4:20 AM
To: AMRadio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: [AMRadio] QST, Tubes, et. al..
Well it's simple guys. Do any of their advertisers sell tube rigs? Of
there's no incentive
to discuss home-brew, old radios, AM, or the like. They can't sell ad
for that! Why get
the community interested in something that will not generate revenue for
As a matter of fact, let's steer folks away from any thought of doing
anything other than going
100% appliance, and promoting the "latest and greatest" techno-wiz-bang,
help those sales!
I'm a life member of the ARRL, but QST is a total joke, their opinions
practices often aggravate me,
But they're the only show in town, sadly. They remind me more of the NRA
every day. In it to generate revenue
for themselves, and not really very interested in the reality or base of
Well folks, next time there's an election, vote out the old regime, and
folks in that better suit your tastes!
That's my plan!
Now, back to the AM program in progress!
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