Pirate Radio interview on the Allan Handelman show (90 minutes)
Any LPFM slots open in your area?
Radio Doomsday operator Kirk Trummel passes away at 37
Radio Borderhunter micropower test reports
Human Rights Radio update (9/6)
Payola and commercial radio on Salon.com
"Radio's Biggest Bully" from Salon.com
Hobby Broadcasting e-mail update
Where to find Hobby Broadcasting
Newsstand price of Hobby Broadcasting on the rise
John Anderson's awesome About.com site
Shortwave pirate audio on Bill Finn's Webpage
The Winter 1998/1999 issue is almost sold out...only a few issues left, so if you're trying to fill out your collection, but it now! Don't worry, though, Over the next few weeks, I'll gradually be putting the articles from this issue on this Webpage.
If there's interest, I'll start putting up the online classifieds again....and try to keep them updated on a regular basis. Speaking of which, does anyone have a Knight or Lafayette phono oscillator? I'm also looking for ads & schematics from these.
He-Man Radio started broadcasting in 1990 as a heavy-handed parody of tough guys. He Man broadcasted bagpipe music because it was more manly than any other type of music and always in USB for the same reason.
He Man had a powerful signal throughout the US into Europe from his "hilltop in Ohio" in the early 1990s. He Man became more caught up up with weightlifting and bagpiping in the mid 1990s and hasn't been heard for several years.
|If you're interested in having your station featured here, send photos, QSLs, etc. We plan to include regular pics from LPFM, shortwave pirate, offshore stations, Internet broadcasters, etc.|