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FEATURES

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

My Station

Steve Ronsman mans the mic at … er … What station is that?

Ronsman built this fantasy station, complete with many working pieces of equipment, in his basement. In addition he has an attached vocal booth. He even went to the trouble of running a tower from the basement, through a deck, to the outside. Ronsman has an FCC Third Class Operators Permit but his station owner/on-air career hasn’t happened, yet. “The dream lives on!” he says.

For his efforts, Radio World is sending him a Radio World t-shirt.

If you have a picture that you’d like us to consider for Photo of the Week send to Radio World. We might even send you a Radio World t-shirt.  

 

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