WRTC-2014 PRESS RELEASE #5
July 30, 2011
WRTC2014 PROMOTIONAL VIDEO AVAILABLE
WRTC2014, Inc., host of the 2014 World Radiosport Team Championship
competition is pleased to announce the release of a promotional video about
the upcoming event. Using footage from previous WRTC competitions, the video
conveys the energy, excitement, and sporting goodwill that results when
amateur radio contesters from around the world come together to compete on a
level playing field.
The WRTC2014 video is available for viewing from the home page of the WRTC
web site at www.wrtc2014.org.
Professionally produced by well-known DXpeditioner and videographer, James
Brooks, 9V1YC, with narration provided by Erik Thompson, KA6UAI, the video
is designed for all audiences. The high quality of video production and
running time of just under 5 minutes makes it ideal for use at radio club
meetings, for introducing amateur radio to young people, or promoting ham
radio at public events.
The first showing of the video was at the July 2011 ARRL Board of Directors
meeting. Response was enthusiastic with ARRL News reporting, "The Board
welcomed the opportunity for the ARRL's involvement with the World
Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC) in 2014, coinciding with the League's
Contact email@example.com for information on how to download the video in
mp4 format for use when an Internet connection is not available. The
WRTC2014 committee would enjoy receiving reports of where the video has been
presented and any reactions.
For information about WRTC2014, contact WRTC Chairman, Doug Grant, K1DG, via
e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About WRTC 2014
The World Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC) is held every four years and
consists of approximately 50 two-person teams of amateur radio operators
from around the world competing in a test of operating skill. Unlike most
on-the-air competitions, all stations are required to use identical antennas
from the same geographic region, eliminating all variables except operating
ability. Previous WRTCs have been held in Seattle (1990), San Francisco
(1996), Slovenia (2000), Finland (2002), Brazil (2006), and Russia (2010).
More information is available at www.wrtc2014.org.
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