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Radio Heritage Interview – HCJB Ecuador

A major new interview about the work of the Radio Heritage Foundation can be heard as audio on demand from HCJB for the DX Partyline program of January 30 2009 at www.hcjb.org.

Host Allen Graham in the Quito studios talks with Radio Heritage Foundation chairman David Ricquish about how the Pacific wide radio heritage preservation project got started, its progress, and the importance of making such an effort to protect and preserve the stories of radio.

Since going live on line some 5 years ago, the website www.radioheritage.net has received millions of visitors, page views and hits from some 125+ countries, and has become a popular free resource for researchers, students, people in the broadcasting industry, radio listeners and enthusiasts and increasingly, genealogists.

In the same period, thousands of original items of radio memorabilia have been saved from damage or loss, hundreds of original articles and photos placed on line, some 30 major radio heritage documentaries researched and broadcast over RNZI, and much more.

Amongst the international board members that help give the Radio Heritage Foundation its unique global perspective on radio heritage issues are well known broadcasters Dr Adrian Peterson [Adventist World Radio], Jonathan Marks [previously with Radio Netherlands] and Martin Hadlow [until recently with UNESCO].

The Radio Heritage Foundation is a registered non-profit organization connecting radio heritage and popular culture across the Pacific. Visit www.radioheritage.net to learn more about its current activities and programs, and to find out how you can get involved.

You can also support the radio heritage programs by donations, materials, radio memorabilia and ephemera, and your time and goodwill. These are challenging times financially for all heritage preservation projects, and your donation will help save our Pacific radio heritage for future generations.

Radio Heritage Foundation, PO Box 14339, Wellington 6241, New Zealand. Visit us today at www.radioheritage.net, listen to this latest interview on HCJB at www.hcjb.org/media/dx_partyline/dxpl_audio_files.html [January 30 2009], and listen to our latest documentaries on RNZI at www.rnzi.com audio on demand Mailbox programs of January 25 and February 8 2009.