NASB Invites Shortwave Enthusiasts to Birmingham
     

The National Association of Shortwave Broadcasters invites shortwave broadcasters, listeners, DXers and those with an interest in shortwave radio to its 2013 annual meeting, which will take place at shortwave station WEWN, May 15–17 in Birmingham, Ala.

The meeting will include a visit to the WEWN transmitter site in the mountains on the outskirts of Birmingham. From this location, the 500 kW transmitters beam programs worldwide. Participants will be given a tour given by station engineers, followed by an onsite lunch.

Talks and presentations will take place at the Birmingham headquarters of Eternal Word Television Network, the owner of station WEWN. Speakers will include WEWN’s Terry Borders; Dr. Dowell Chow, president of Adventist World Radio; A.J. Janitschek of Radio Free Asia; Dave Hultsman of Continental Electronics and Mark Allen of Rohn Tower Co.  

NASB will also provide an update on the status of Digital Radio Mondiale, and they will offer a tour of the EWTN television plant. 

There is no cost to attend the meeting or to eat lunch on Thursday and Friday, and EWTN will host a reception with cocktails and hors d’ouevres on Wednesday evening.  

A group rate of $75 (plus tax) will be available at the local Holiday Inn Express, which will provide free transportation to EWTN. Additional details and online registration can be found at the NASB website. 

 


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