Thu, Jul 06, 2006
Listen to ANN On The Air At Arlington 2006!
The friendliest fly-in in the world is getting ready to spread
the good word.
In addition to some excellent announcing done by a dedicated
group of flyers who are in love with aviation and willing to
share it with anyone within earshot, the Arlington gang is
using the local airwaves to keep folks up to date on the NW EAA
Fly-In -- as well as the latest news from Aero-News itself.
During the Arlington EAA
Fly-in, a micro power radio station will be broadcasting to the
campground with regularly updated information and entertainment for
campers and show attendees that can be picked up with any standard
radio tuned to 91.5 FM.
"Arlington Radio" will feature daily up to date aviation news
and information provided by Aero News-Network, in addition to local
news, traffic, and weather, the air show audio feed, updated
schedules, and feature programming.
The station will staff a full-time meteorologist offering
updated forecasts for attendees and campers. In the evenings the
station will broadcast lighter aviation related material provided
by a number of first rate podcasters.
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