Friday, August 01, 2014

AWR QSL Policy

Adventist World Radio - Regular QSL Policy

            Adventist World Radio welcomes reception reports from listeners in all countries.  Please note the following items of information:-
* Each reception report should contain the following items of information
  Time, preferably expressed in International Radio Time, equivalent to UTC
                        Frequency in kHz
                        Sufficient program details to verify that you actually heard the AWR programming
                        Reports using SINPO Code preferred
* Reception reports by postal mail are preferred, though email is also acceptable.
* Where possible, please enclose return postage in the form of currency notes in any                                international currency, or mint postage stamps. 
* Please note that IRC coupons are too expensive for you to buy, and they are no longer valid in the United States. 
* Where possible, please enclose your address label.
* You will receive a full data QSL card, including location, through the postal system in response to your reception report.
* Several different QSL cards are available.
* The envelope will be affixed with regular postage stamps, not a postage label.
* AWR does not send out email QSLs.
* It is not necessary for you to send and resend the same reception report.  All reception reports that we receive are verified with a regular full data QSL card.
* It is not necessary to send an off-air recording of your reception.  We just need your honest                   reception report on paper.
* At times, there may be a delay before you receive your AWR QSL card.  This is due to the                    large inflow of reception reports we receive from listeners in so many different countries.
* The regular postal address for reception reports is:-
                        Adventist World Radio
                        Box 29235

                        Indiana 46229 USA