RSGB: AGM Livestream Recording

Recording of the AGM Livestream and Additional Presentations

The RSGB held its 94th AGM at 12 noon (11:00​UTC) on Saturday 24 April. It was livestreamed so that radio amateurs could join in and watch safely from their homes.

The AGM livestream was recorded. The total package lasts nearly 3.5 hours but the AGM business was followed by a montage of Radio Amateurs Getting on the Air to Care in 2020, a Q&A session where members pre-submitted questions were answered by board members, a video demonstrating the challenges of 2020 and the responses and a live presentation by RSGB EMC Chair John Rogers M0JAV on the new EMF limitations which is very worthy of you your attention.

The formal business of the AGM included the results of the RSGB elections. The outgoing RSGB President Dave Wilson, M0OBW gave a review of the year and the 2020 Board Directors answered questions that were submitted in advance via the RSGB website.

In the second part of the event, RSGB EMC Chair John Rogers, M0JAV gave an update on the latest EMF licence changes and answered questions live.

During the AGM some great reminders of how the Society and radio amateurs faced the challenges of 2020 were shown.

The whole recording is around 3.5 hours, obviously you are welcome to watch the whole thing here:, however the embedded video below is intended to start at the interval between the main AGM business and the question and answer session.

See if you can recognise anyone in the interlude shots! After the interlude shots skip ahead to 2hrs:14mins for the EMF presentation, or, if you want to, restart at 2hrs:09mins:30secs for a video of the challenges and responses to 2020 immediately before John Rogers, M0JAV begins his presentation which is worth your attention and augments the earlier video demonstrating the RSGB/Ofcom EMF Calculator Spreadsheet.

If the video is not embedded above you can watch it from the interlude at:

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BEng CEng MICE. Chartered Civil Engineer and Licensed Radio Ham (G7KNA). Member of South Bristol Amateur Radio Club since 2005 and Secretary since 2010. I am a registered RSGB Assessor for Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Exams. Away from the club and work I play with computers and related gadgets exploring Open Source software and when necessary bodge the odd DIY project.