World Radio TV Handbook 2012 contest

This beautiful book could be yours!

UPDATE: This contest is now closed and the winner will be announced soon. Thank you so much to all who participated! We will do more contests in the future as we occasionally have extra shortwave radio supplies/books. We’re thinking of “name that interval signal” contests and other fun events. If you have any suggestions, or if you are a retailer who would like to contribute a prize, please contact us.  Thanks!  -Thomas

We just so happen to have an extra copy of the 2012 WRTH (World Radio and TV Handbook) here at the SWLing Post HQ.  So, we’ve decided it would be fun to share it with a SWLing Post reader who would like a copy of this excellent resource–which also happens to be a great read, featuring many articles that we’re sure you’ll enjoy.

And since the SWLing Post recently opened a Facebook account, this little contest will be a great way to spark some interest there.

How can you win?  Simply “like” us on Facebook–before 12:00 UTC on April 11, 2012–and you will automatically be entered to win the 2012 WRTH. We’ll pick a reader at random and notify the winner via Facebook.

Then, simply send us your postal address, and we’ll pop this in the mail to you. And though we may regret the postage (this is a heavy book!) this contest  is open to anyone on the planet!

If you’re not familiar with the newest edition of the WRTH, check out our recent review.

Click here to go to our Facebook page now!

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3 Responses to World Radio TV Handbook 2012 contest

  1. James Murray says:

    Returning to Shortwave Radio Listening as a Hobby…Have lots to refresh, Discovered Your Great Website…Plenty of Great Info to Enhance my Listening Experience…Thanks. J. Murray

  2. Thomas says:

    Welcome back to the hobby! Keep in touch and we’ll keep you posted. Feel free to contact us or comment if you have any questions. -Thomas

  3. Tom Beaufort says:

    have anything to do with the slimy FACEBOOK page. They’re a scam and people should be aware that not only do they sell your personal information but it is a VERY dangerous website.

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