I didn't realize it, but I just came across a short article at Radio World which had mentioned my Part15Lab as a good source of finding free programming! This was almost a year ago, but I just noticed it this morning:
Radio World:Free Programming
It's no surprise that both Part15Lab and its webmaster have earned national recognition in broadcast industry trade publication Radio World.
It's one thing to have an article published to gain national recognition, but it's even better when someone else writes an article that recognizes you!
Well.. Thanks. But you're really overelaborating a bit. I wasn't featured, they have no clue who I am, only my compiled list was breifly mentioned:
Radio Programming & PSA Source The Part 15 Lab is is a good collection of links ... including some recognized credible program sources. There are some notes included on the rights for use.
Nevertheless, I was delighted by it, and perhaps it helps to explain the surprisingly high amount of hits it takes.. I had not intentionly but essentially discontinued the blog in 2015, until I just happened to glance on at the stats, and was shocked.. I could not concieve why a part 15 blog would be getting such traffic, and that's what influenced me to resume it.. But to be honest, there's really not much one can write about the hobby.. so I try to come up with something.. It's intended as nothing more than a casual resource.
Rich Powers Part15, Take 2..
Which reminds me... I still intend to post about the nice little story about the people who coresponded with you about their relatives which they discovered in the artist you play on your Ompah Hour show.. That's a great story, I don't know how it slipped my mind.. I'll get to it.