Bryan and I got our first QSL cards! A card is sort of a receipt of a radio contact. You might try to ask for and collect cards from every state, every continent or every frequency. Stuff like that. Anyway my friend Hank (KH6HAK) sent us QSL cards for our very first contact. Thanks Hank!
Here is a picture of my crew mates at KITV. On the left is Marty, my boss. In the middle is Melissa (we call her Mel), she is the topical producer. That means she hangs out in the newsroom and finds out what the big stories are for the day, and then she quickly crafts promos to watch our newscast that evening. "Find out tonight how this truck wound up in a tree...", that kinda thing. On the right is Ezra. He is the newest to our team and he helps edit, write, produce our non-topical promotion. He often helps me out with graphics too.
Emily is beading like a mad woman! Tomorrow she will be selling her "baubles" and earrings/necklaces/bracelets at Uncle Richard's grand opening of "50-Plus", a fitness center for folks 50+. There is going to be a vendor tent with folks selling stuff (even Starbucks!) and Em will have a booth. I will be video taping some of it and help set up / take down. Tonight I was helping Emily create some display boards. Hope she doesn't stress out too much! I'm sure everything will go fine.
I am a producer/director at KITV in Honolulu. I am a father of 2 boys and a husband to one wife. My amateur radio call sign is KH6DAD. I love the outdoors. I love hi-tech, but love learning the "old ways" of doing things too. I love iPhones, and have been known to make my own Root Beer from scratch.