Ham Radio (magazine)
|First issue||November 1967|
History and profile
Ham Radio was founded in 1967. The first issue appeared in November 1967. At the 1990 Dayton Hamvention, it was announced that Ham Radio had been sold to the publishers of CQ Amateur Radio. The magazine published a newsletter, HR Report, founded by Joseph J. Schroeder Jr. The June 1990 issue of Ham Radio was the 268th and final issue published where subscribers were told of the sale and that they would receive CQ in the future.
The magazine was published in English and drew its subscription base primarily from the United States of America and Canada.
Ham Radio Horizons Magazine was a VHF and newcomer emphasis magazine printed by the same publisher as Ham Radio Magazine. It existed from March 1977 to 1981, with the last 7 issues that were incorporated into Ham Radio Magazine in 1981.
- Craig Clark (January 2005). "Ham Radio Magazine: Alive for Hams" (PDF). Antentop. 7. Retrieved 29 November 2015.
- "Ham Radio Editor and Noted DXer Joe Schroeder, W9JUV (SK)". ARRL. 5 February 2013. Retrieved 29 November 2015.
- Ham Radio, June 1990 (issue)
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