Pub Charity is a charitable trust supporting New Zealand communities, and was established in 1987 by the [now] Hospitality Organization of New Zealand. Kiwis have enjoyed listening to the radio as entertainment at their member hotels for many decades, and continue to do so today. Their financial support helps us protect even more of New Zealand’s radio heritage and make it freely available on-line to the community. Visit Pub Charity
Since 1996, 2day.com have supplied web hosting, web mail and domain name services for New Zealanders. They’re fast, low cost, offer choice and service and are very reliable. Called clueful people, 2day.com are sponsors of the best trading site in the NetGuide Web Awards 2004. They’re also the providers and sponsor of the web hosting, email and internet solutions needed by the Radio Heritage Foundation. Visit www.2day.com
Australian High Commission, Wellington. Representing the Australian Government in New Zealand. Visit australia.org.nz.
We choose to use Wellington [NZ] based PC Wiz 2U for our computer hardware, software consultancy and trouble shooting. Chief Wiz [Gordon Shailer] and his team do Home Calls for Computers to deliver on their promise ‘We come to your Home or Office and take care of all your Computer Problems’. Look for a local PC Wiz coming to your location. Call 0800 PC WIZ 2U [0800 729 492] in New Zealand. Visit PC Wiz 2U
ProCopy [Wellington NZ] is the Radio Heritage Foundation’s official supplier of stationery and printing needs. Owner Mike Allison has a long association with radio broadcasting and printing in New Zealand. With facilities in central Wellington and Porirua, ProCopy offers internationally competitive rates and high quality results. Wherever you’re located around the Pacific, Procopy can handle the job. Contact Mike.
Top 40 radio stations owned the airwaves in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. Now RadioLogoLand.com brings their famous logos back to life on T-shirts (and other cool stuff). Each RadioLogoLand.com logo has been lovingly recreated from the originals. It’s the sound of a generation captured on a T-shirt. They’re blasts from the past. Retro cool. Vintage hip. Flashback fabulous. Visit RadioLogoLand.com
Kiwi Radio Campaign Partners
Apex Rentals Cars, New Zealand’s largest independently owned car hire company, has joined the Kiwi Radio Campaign as a sponsor. Their supply of a rental car allows the campaign ‘to take the scenic route with New Zealand Car Rental’ and visit towns, cities and out of the way localities around the country collecting radio memorabilia, recording oral histories, and encouraging Kiwis to think about how radio broadcasting and popular culture are so closely connected. With AM/FM radio entertainment available in every car, driving around New Zealand with Apex Rental Cars ‘the kiwi way’ is a perfect fit for the Kiwi Radio Campaign. Hiring a car with Apex Rental Cars is easy, there are no hidden costs or extra fees. Read on for full details. We welcome their support for this important non-profit project.
- The Happy Station Show
- South Seas Broadcasting
- Historical Radio Society of Australia
- Adventist World Radio
- Australian Old Time Radio Group
- New Zealand DX Radio Association
- New Zealand Radio DX League
- Radio Ferrymead 3XP 1413 AM
- Radio New Zealand
- Radio New Zealand International
- Radio New Zealand Sound Archives
- Radio Polynesia
- Village Radio 1XT 1368 AM
- Committee to Preserve Radio Verifications (CPRV)
- New Zealand Vintage Radio Society
- Australian Radio DX Club
Returning to the Asia Pacific region is the famous ‘Happy Station’ that began in 1927 with Eddie Startz broadcasting from PCJ in Holland to the Dutch East Indies.
Now, international broadcaster Keith Perron resurrects the heritage ‘Happy Station Show’ from Taipei as an independent program using the Radio Nederland Archives for listeners worldwide.
South Seas Broadcasting, Inc located in Pago Pago, American Samoa operates American Samoa’s #1 Hit Music Station KKHJ-FM 93.1 and The People’s Station [V103] WVUV-FM 103.1.
WVUV-FM is named in honor of one of the original AFRS Pacific WWII-era stations and is the last remaining ‘WVU’ series callsign still allocated in the Pacific region. It programs Polynesian and Samoan music.
Founded in 1982, the HRSA has over 1000 enthusiasts committed to many aspects of preserving Australia’s radio heritage. This includes vintage radio restoration and the history of early radio stations. Its quarterly magazine ‘Radio Waves’ has hundreds of articles and photos archived in some 100 issues and an excellent on line index. Visit www.hrsa.asn.au
Adventist World Radio is the international radio broadcast arm of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Established in 1971, it broadcasts over 50 languages and 1200 hours weekly from studios and transmitters around the world. Its popular ‘Wavescan’ program about radio media issues is produced in Singapore, broadcast from Guam and hosted by board member Adrian Peterson. The AWR logo is used with permission. Visit www.awr.com
Using the resources of volunteer members, this group has put together a wonderful taste of the Golden Age of Australian radio. You’ll find lists of thousands of popular radio serials, old radio station adverts and jingles, a genealogy guide to people heard on the radio, a guide to Australian radio programs heard over the decades and much more. They’re also a key content partner for our Australian projects, and a number of joint projects are currently planned. Visit www.australianotr.com.au
Inclusion doesn’t infer that any arrangement [formal or informal] of any kind exists between that organization and the Radio Heritage Foundation.
We like these organizations, and what they’re doing in their own ways to protect and promote various aspects of radio heritage, and encourage you to visit their websites and find out more about what they do. No financial or other assistance is received from any of those listed.
To add your station or organization, please contact us. Reciprocity is welcome. Please see our links for logo examples.