Press Id.

The radio station had no access to official press cards, but made its own identification cards for volunteers.

These cards had no official value at all but often made sufficient impression to be very useful anyhow.

Volunteer identification card front sideVolunteer identification card front side

Volunteer identification card back sideVolunteer identification card back side

Sometimes events supplied their own press cards to volunteers of the radio station, such as the OLS in Stokkem in 1994.

Press identification card of the OLS as provided by the organizationPress identification card of the OLS as provided by the organization

Sometimes shows made their own press cards, such as The Omgekeerde Wereld.

Volunteer identification card of the Omgekeerde WereldVolunteer identification card of the Omgekeerde Wereld

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Me Arriving at RVAM

At an early age already "broadcasting" had an enormous appeal. Other boys may tell you about their ambitions at becoming a fire fighter, my dream was: "director of broadcasting". But what I really liked was the technology involved and radio as a medium. My first acquaintance with a real radio station was the hospital radio/TV.

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