GB2RS News for 19th May 2013:
Every week the RSGB produces a News Bulletin for Radio Amateurs and Short Wave listeners. They are read live on Sunday by a team of readers throughout the UK on HF, VHF and above. I read it in MP3 format for amateurs worldwide. This service is now some 16 years old. The text of the bulletin is available on the RSGB Site.
GB2RS in MP3 is widely received. Welcome to listeners in Ireland, Scandinavia, Mainland Continental Europe, Turkey, Israel, Cyprus, Jordan, China, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia and the Far East, Ulaan Baataar; South Africa. Canada, the US, S America and Australia and New Zealand are regulars of course and welcome to them too. There is a widget you can click on to see who takes the service.
The format used is MP3.
Click the link below to hear the section of news in MP3. To SAVE the whole file use Right Mouse and Save.
You can use the embedded players below or download a suitable MP3 decoder (of which there are hundreds on the market).
You can hear the news at any time and even download the files for future use. Many countries including the US, Canada, Australia and others as well as Europe and the UK take part or whole bulletins for retransmission on their own services on local repeaters.
Thanks to Ed VK2JI, to whom I am greatly indebted for all the work he does weekly for this service, to get the first three files ready combined, suitable for iPod and other MP3 players, you can subscribe and receive the weekly file using any "podcaster" software or site, the most common being iTunes and The Lounge. Simply search for "GB2RS" and you will find the list of available editions since January 2012.
Alternatively to see the text in full and play the audio file online. Go to http://gb2rs.podbean.com . You can also click on the RSS button on this page if you wish the direct RSS feed be sent to a local RSS reader on your computing device. [The RSS feed address is http://gb2rs.podbean.com/feed]
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If you have any item you wish aired on GB2RS, please send it to the RSGB (below) - not to me - I just read it - giving as much notice as you can.