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RF Cafe Podcasts

RF Cafe PodcastsAt the prompting of others, I decided to give podcasting a try. Having been advised that I have a face for radio and a voice for print, there was some hesitation on my part. However, there have been many fine articles published in vintage electronics magazine that people might be willing to listen to when there is no opportunity or desire to read them. Regular features such as "Carl & Jerry," "Mac's Radio Service Shop," editorials by the great Hugo Gernsback, and other types that do not contain images which need to be referred to in order to get the gist of the content, are prime targets for podcast listening. To begin with, the recordings are being uploaded and hosted on the PodBean website, where up to five hours worth are served at no cost. If the podcasts prove to be popular enough, I will expand to a paid subscription. Hopefully, my reading-aloud skills will improve over time. Thanks for listening.


Mac's Service Shop: Sound Conversion - April 1957 Radio & TV News

Mac's Service Shop: Servicing "Too-New" Sets - April 1957 Radio & TV News

Mac's Radio Service Shop: Barney Plays "20 Questions" - November 1948 Radio & Television News

Editorial: Radio Gadgets - October 1947 Radio-Craft

Carl & Jerry: Two Detectors - February 1955 Popular Electronics

The New Radio Receivers - September 1945 Radio-Craft

Mac's Radio Service Shop: Not Always Right - March 1956 Radio & Television News

Editorial: Money in Radio Gadgets - February 1933 Radio-Craft

Unionized Service Shops - October 1956 Radio & Television News

Carl & Jerry: Trapped in a Chimney - January 1956 Popular Electronics

Mac's Radio Service Shop: Television DX - September 1951 Radio & Television News


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