Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Chance to win a World Radio TV Handbook 2009

In case you overlooked or never received our earlier invitations to enter this new competition from the Radio Heritage Foundation, here it is! It closes on February 14, so if you haven't sent your entry in yet, now's the time to do so!

If you've already entered, then thanks and good luck!

Please accept this personal invitation to visit and enter our Art of Radio Hawaii competition. Friends, family and colleagues are also welcome to enter, so please tell everyone!

To celebrate Hawaii's 50 years of statehood in 2009, the Radio Heritage Foundation [] is running a new competition open worldwide.

It's on-line exhibition 'Art of Radio Hawaii' features great art work of letterheads and logos from Hawaiian AM radio stations since the 1930's, and is already amongst the most popular content at

To enter the competition, simply visit the 'Art of Radio Hawaii' exhibition before February 14 2009, and send an email to headed 'Art of Radio Hawaii Competition' with the answer to this question:

What is the callsign of the Hawaiian AM radio station that began broadcasts in 1957 from the Kaiser Hawaiian Village Hotel in Waikiki?

You'll see the art work for this station logo in the exhibition, along with many others in a nostalgic tour of the island state's radio dial.

The prize is a brand new copy of the 2009 World Radio TV Handbook that also contains a full list of all 32 AM and 57 FM radio stations on air in Hawaii today. It also includes many website details, so you can listen in to your favorite Hawaiian radio stations wherever you live in the world!

Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Entries are only by email and must be received by February 14 2009. As a condition of entry, your email address will be added to a mailing list to receive newsletters and other mailings from the Radio Heritage Foundation.

The Radio Heritage Foundation is a registered non-profit organization that connects radio heritage and popular culture across the Pacific. It's volunteer based and welcomes donations of time, skills, memorabilia and funds to continue its projects.
(Mike Barraclough,UK/worlddxclub)