Saturday, December 7, 2013

Does your club have a Public Information Officer that can help?

IF you have the ability to help Sean, please do so.  

As a reminder, the media needs this kind of photo, while the iron is hot, as well.  Reach out to your club PIO to learn about this.  What?  Your club does not have a PIO?  It's not too late.  It's easy at



On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 11:00 AM, <> wrote:
I am in need of a couple high-quality, high-resolution photos of
ARES/Public Service photos for an upcoming QST article.

The photos should show Amateur Radio in action and should be
well-composed, compelling and tell a story.

I am not in need of photos of Amateur Radio operators standing around
being idle or sitting at a desk being ambiguous; if it looks like the
operator could just as easily be checking their email, they will not be

The photos should be over 700k in size.

Be sure to include the names and calls of who is in the photos, what
group they are with, where the photo was taken, a description of what
they  are doing in the photo, along with the name and call of the

If the photograph includes minors, a signed release by the parents of
the minor must be included before we will consider using the photo.

The Legal Stuff:

By sending a photo to the American Radio Relay League, you are granting
the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) the non-exclusive right to use
the images in any and all of its publications, whether for promotional
or commercial purposes, including electronic media or any other media
yet to be invented, without payment or any other consideration.

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