Talk:K9YA Telegraph

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Sounds like a good e-zine, but Wikipedia is not the proper place for an article about it, since it does not meet the criteria for notability. Please read WP:NOT--- LuckyLouie 22:47, 11 February 2007 (UTC)


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The K9YA Telegraph is read by radio amateurs in over 100 countries. The K9YA Telegraph is staffed entirely by volunteers, offers free subscriptions and has no advertising. The K9YA Telegraph contains original--never before published articles, photographs and cartoons relating to amateur radio.

Each month, a ham radio cartoon originally published in the K9YA Telegraph, is reprinted in RadCom, the UK's Radio Society Magazine <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radcom>. The K9YA Telegraph is referenced in every issue.

K9YA Telegraph articles have been referenced in the Contester's Rate Sheet, a publication of the American Radio Relay League <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARRL>.

K9YA Telegraph content has been reprinted and referenced in the Keynote, the journal of the International Morse Preservation Society <http://www.fists.org>.

Cartoons and illustrations originally appearing in the K9YA Telegraph have been published in, "HI HI--A Collection of Ham Radio Cartoons" by Dick Sylvan, W9CBT. (ISBN 1-4116-6195-8).

A compilation of Rod Newkirk's articles written for the K9YA Telegraph is reproduced in the book, The Rod Newkirk Collection (ISBN 978-1-4583-6939-0).

The 5th edition of, "The Art & Skill of Radio-Telegraphy" will contain original content from the K9YA Telegraph. --- User:Finely Breese 11 February, 2007