2022: A New Year and New Hopes!

Dear Friends,

I think we can all agree that 2021 was a more challenging year than any of us would have liked.

Here’s hoping 2022 is a turning point in the pandemic, and let’s hope the New Year brings new opportunities to appreciate our world both on the ground and over the airwaves.

Happy New Year!

Thomas

PS: I’d like to thank our friend Carlos Latuff for the brilliant artwork at the top of this page!  If you’ve been following Carlos’ posts here on the SWLing Post, you’ll know that during the pandemic he’s been focusing on the world of Clandestine radio and, specifically, the conflict in Ethiopia. His frequent posts remind me that shortwave radio–even in 2022–is still a meaningful source of direct news for certain communities and the signals cannot be stopped at national borders regardless of who is in power.

Thank you, Carlos!

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12 thoughts on “2022: A New Year and New Hopes!

  1. 13dka

    Happy New Year Thomas and everyone here (including pets)! I hope you’ll all be healthy, wealthy and have great condx in 2022! Also big thanks to Thomas for serving our little community so well by gathering and publishing such a wealth of useful information for our hobby!

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  2. Robin

    Happy New Year to you and your family Thomas! Thank you for keeping us updated on the latest shortwave news and happenings.

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  3. John L

    Good wishes to all for 2022! Many thanks to Thomas and the many contributors who make this website a wonderful resource for shortwave enthusiasts.

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  4. mangosman

    Thomas,
    Thanks for performing the admin function which largely goes unseen, but takes a lot of time. The filtering produces a great site.

    Cheers for this year and beyond,

    Mangosman

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  5. Marwan

    Happy New Year, Thomas! May Your New Year Be Full With Happiness, Good Health, And Prosperity.

    Happy New Year, Everyone!

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  6. James Fields

    Thank you Thomas, and thanks to all your contributors, for such a useful and informative site. Looking forward to reading the Post in 2022!

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  7. Jordan

    Thanks for continuing to carry the torch for shortwave radio listening, Thomas. All the best to you for a happy and healthy 2022.

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  8. Robert Gulley

    Happy New Year, Thomas! Your tireless work for the hobby helps make every year a little brighter! Cheers, mate!

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