EAA Radio celebrates 12
grounds and around the world, EAA Radio brings AirVenture Oshkosh to you
24/7 at 1210 AM, on 100.5 FM, and www.AirVenture.org/radio/.
Now in its 12th
year, EAA Radio allows you to be a part of The World’s Greatest
Aviation Celebration even if you’re half a world away.
programming starts each day of the convention at 7 a.m. CDT/1200 Zulu
and includes interviews with a variety of guests from all corners of
aviation. In any given hour you can hear a conversation with a famous
test pilot, the last word on air traffic control etiquette, the newest
innovation in homebuilt aircraft, or the deeply personal journey of an
amateur builder. Programming concludes on Sunday, August 3, following
the conclusion of the last air show.
with studio interviews, EAA Radio field reporters cover the convention
grounds to meet interesting people who make the event unique.
also provides coverage of important AirVenture events as the Meet the
Administrator forum, new product announcements, and the daily showcase
and air show. Each evening, EAA Radio brings you Theater in the Woods
live with its colorful lineup of presentations, speakers, and
entertainment. For AirVenture attendees, EAA Radio is a mobile source
for convention information including events, weather, information on EAA
services, and twice-hourly announcements of upcoming forums and
continues to diversify its programming, and this year it will have added
several new daily features, as well as unique on-air programming that
can only occur at AirVenture.
a.m. CDT/1630Z daily)
started with the popular House Subcommittee on Aviation and Meet the
Administrator forums. Now, EAA Radio will broadcast live one forum each
day in its entirety so that those who wished they could be there can
still be informed and entertained. Visit EAA Radio’s web portal for
the daily forum schedule.
Journalist’s Round Table (Wednesday,
July 30, 1 p.m. CDT/1800Z)
Afterburner Al as he welcomes some of the most respected aviation
journalists covering the industry today. David Hipschman, editor of Sport
Aviation; Mac McClellan, editor of FLYING, and Thomas B.
Haines, editor of AOPA Pilot, sit down to discuss current
General Aviation Podcast (Monday, July 28, after the air show, and
Sunday, 9:30 a.m.CDT/1430Z)
is proud to welcome back Jack Hodgson, Jeb Burnside, and Dave Higdon as
they host two episodes of their popular podcast Uncontrolled Airspace
live from "The Porch" at EAA Radio. The Uncontrolled Airspace
team is a collection of aviation writers and photographers who
throughout the year keep their hands on the piston-beat of general
aviation. During Oshkosh Dave and Jack also lend their talents to EAA’s
official newspaper, AirVenture Today. The UCAP gang includes
other AirVenture Today staffers James Wyndbrandt and Amy Laboda
1, after the air show)
EAA Radio will air the
inaugural live broadcast of Pod-A-Palooza, which features the hosts of
at least seven of the most downloaded aviation podcasts on the web
today. Confirmed podcasts to be represented include Airspeed,
Uncontrolled Airspace, The CFIcast, The Finer Points, The Pilot’s
Flight PodLog, The Pilotcast, and The Student Pilot Journal. Join us for
a free-form discussion about general aviation. The event will be held in
Forum Building 4 following the air show on Friday evening. Those at
Oshkosh are invited to join the audience.