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 Radio of the Week to feature members' radios
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 21:07 on 11 February 2010.
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Before Christmas one of our fellow members came to me with the idea that members be able to contribute pictures of their radios to feature in the Radio of the Week part of this website and I thought that this would be a pretty good idea.

Assuming that there is still interest in this I will make the necessary changes to accomodate it before the end of next month. Any member who is interested in having their favourite receivers on display for all to see can start by sending a photo of the radio they'd like to see in Radio of the Week. Member's radios will be displayed subject to the following:-

1. Members should submit a photo of one radio along with a description of the receiver including the valve compliment and the year the set was manufactured.

2. The photo will be shrunk, expanded or cropped as necessary to fit inside the page correctly but such editing will be sympathetic to the purpose of the photo. Members will retain full copyright to the photos they supply and will be granted copyright to any modified copies of that image. Contributing members will also receive a credit for the photo and information they provide.

3. At this stage, to gauge interest, members will be allowed to submit only one photo at this time and only 26 weeks will be allotted to members' radios though this may be increased at a later stage.

4. Photos should be as good quality as possible but contain no text, just the portrait of the receiver including the background. Naturally, any images supplied should not cast an undesired reflection on the reputation of this website.

Members may send their photos and descriptions to brad.mail.vintage-radio.com.au and they will be notified of the week allotted to their radio. Members will be allotted their week on a first in, first served basis so getting that e-mail to me as quickly as possible is advised. Smile


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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