Thursday, March 23, 2017

ooowebhosting review

On Sunday March 19 Hamradiotv made the move from x10hosting over to ooowebhost.com . 
 This move has been for the better  of the hamradiotv website users as server on x10 where slow and down more often. to see my feel review watch the following video 

I hope this review help you in  your search for free hosting 

Thursday, February 16, 2017

State Appointment as Special Needs Liaison

Michael,

First of all, let me say on behalf of the senior leadership of the Alabama ARRL Cabinet, a big thank you for accepting to take on the challenging position of being a "Special Needs Liaison" for Alabama. We appreciate your excitement and willingness to offer your ideas and opinions to those that want to get involved in amateur radio with special needs.

I have copied the PIC, SEC, and all of the ASM's on this email so they too see the details of your new appointment for Alabama.

Your official title will be:
MICHAEL WARNER
KF4BOG
SPECIAL NEEDS LIAISON, PIO
ALABAMA

Please note that I am adding the title PIO (Public Information Officer) as this is really more in line with what you will be able to help us do with sharing information to our leadership team about events and or concerns with amateur radio and special needs and also allow you a means for sharing with clubs and those that contact you information on how others are experiencing amateur radio with special needs.

Your PIC (Public Information Coordinator) for the Alabama is Mr. Ed Tyler, N4EDT and he is responsible for all public information sharing for Alabama as it relates to Amateur Radio. Ed has been involved in ARRL and Amateur radio for a long time and has served in a senior leadership PIC role for a long time. Ed will be a great resource to help you and guide you in terms of how we share information, how we vet and edit information before releasing, and how we obtain leadership approvals before we release PIO information on social media, email, etc.

If you get to attend the BARC hamfest, please look for Ed as he always attends and is very well known in the Public Information world. He will also have some time during our ARRL Section Manager Forum. Ed, Greg Sarratt, and I will share this hour during the Section Manager forum.

So, I did communicate with Rick (Signman) and gave him the above information for your new sign. The sign will be Blue.

Thank you again for your service to others as that is the only reason any of us have accepted these positions to help others with Amateur Radio.
73,

JVann Martin, W4JVM
Section Manager
Alabama

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Special Needs Liaison Statement



Special Needs Liaison Statement

Alabama Amateur Radio Emergency Service

Date: January 26, 2017

Memo To: Jvann Martin W4jvm

Dear JVann , First let me tell you how Honored I was to be offered this New Volunteer role as special needs Liaison for the state of Alabama. And how glad I am to take this new volunteer role. I hope to bring you more with my skills and background that you’ve ever seen before 


Signed

Michael G. Werner
Kf4bog

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

State Appointment Adjustment for Special Needs Liaison



Our existing special needs liaison for District 6 is Michael Werner, KF4BOG. In speaking with Michael and the EC for Madison Co, Tim L.
Holland, KK5H Michael has agreed to serve as the Special Needs Liaison for the State. This means that Michael is willing to share his story, techniques, and how he handles challenges while being an amateur operator in Alabama. Michael volunteers his services in his local district to help make others aware that even though you may have special needs, you can still strive to be an active amateur radio operator.

We wish to congratulate Michael on offering his insight in amateur radio for those with special needs. He will continue to serve in his local area and can be available by email or phone should you have someone that would like to reach out to Michael to share his story.

Please keep in mind this is not an ADA position, but is a volunteer position to help others see the benefits of utilizing ham radio with challenges or special needs.