EAA Radio is ready to resume AirVenture
programming on the evening of July 25 with a strong lineup of interviews
and new programs. Live programming begins each morning from the Studio
in the Sky at 0600/1200 UTC, with interviews and conversation about all
things aviation with longtime hosts Digital Dave, Fast Eddie, Magneto
Mel, Wireless Mic, Codetalker, and Stuck Mic. New this year is EAA
Radio Live, supported by Rotorway International. EAA Radio Live
will be broadcast each day from the EAA Welcome Center at 11 a.m. and
feature many familiar aviation names, including Cessna's Jack Pelton,
EAA Young Eagles Co-Chairmen Sully Sullenberger and Jeff Skiles, FAA
Administrator Randy Babbitt, and the 200th episode of Uncontrolled
Airspace: The General Aviation Podcast.
Antennas are in
full bloom just days before AirVenture 2010, ready to cover the
grounds on AM 1210 and 93.3 FM. EAA Radio can be heard on the
Web at EAARadio.net.
EAA Radio is based at the Bill Fobes
Broadcast Center where the Studio in the Sky (indoor) and EAA Radio
porch (outdoor) provides hosts and guests a unique position from which
to communicate the AirVenture experience to the world. EAA Radio is not
limited to the studio as each day at 1300/1900 UTC host J-Mont-G brings
you On the Fly, hosted live from several popular areas of
AirVenture, including Vintage, Ultralights, Warbirds, the Seaplane Base,
and more. EAA Radio can be heard on the field on AM1210 and 93.3 FM, on
the Web and on most mobile phone platforms at EAARadio.net.
Since its beginning in 1996, EAA Radio's
volunteers have pushed the limits of donated and borrowed technology to
build the broadcasting capability they have achieved today. In
recognition of their ingenuity, Rotorway International is proudly
supporting this year's broadcast and has purchased crucial equipment for
this year's effort.
Don't forget about EAA Radio's core
programs, including like coverage of the Daily Air Show and Theater in
the Woods programs. After the air show, The Traffic Jam wraps up
the day's events while grading a few landings along the way, just like
at the local airport. On select nights following Theater in the Woods,
join Fast Eddie as he recaps the day's events and offers extended
interviews from earlier in the day.
And EAA Radio never sleeps; highlights of
the previous day are rebroadcast on the web for EAA members and
enthusiasts on the other side of the world.
Be sure to follow EAA Radio on Twitter
to keep up with the latest schedule updates and archived interviews.