Trouble Downloading?

If you’re having trouble downloading The RAIN Report using any of the “download” links on this site, follow the following instructions:
1.Right click on a “download” link. (Jaws users press the * key on your number pad)
2.In the dropdown menu that appears, click “Save Target As”. (Jaws users arrow down and press enter)
3.Choose the location on your hard drive where The RAIN Report should be saved.
4.Press the “save” button.

To have the file automatically delivered to you when it’s updated, why not try the podcast?! The Juice podcast receiver works on a number of platforms and is completely accessible to screen reader users.

Once you’ve downloaded and installed Juice, follow these instructions:
1.Click one of the podcast links on the left side of the page.
2.Copy the address from the address bar of your browser into your podcast receiver.

Some podcast receivers will subscribe to the podcast just by clicking on the podcast link. Others will not so you’ll need to copy the address bar yourself. (Jaws users can press F4 to get to the address bar, and Control+C to copy.)

Today all production costs are out of pocket including the Internet costs, and the website you are reading this on. No one connected with RAIN, the Radio Amateur Information Network, receives compensation from or for his/her efforts, and that includes Hap Holly/KC9RP, who was Founder/Producer of the RAIN Report from 1990-2019; and the RAIN Hamcast Podcast since 2019. hap recorded the Dayton Hamvention forums annually with help from long-time friend and the man behind the 160 Meter Gateway Radio Newsletter, Vern Jackson/WA0RCR. The RAIN Report archive consists of many excerpts from those Hamvention forum recordings. And the Classic RAIN Ham Cast features previously unreleased ham programming by Hap, who spends some 5 hours producing the biweekly Classic RAIN Ham Cast. Now in the spirit of full disclosure: For a few of the last years of the RAIN Report DARA (the Dayton Amateur Radio Assoc.) And NSRC (the North Shore Radio Club (Highland Park, IL) helped subsidize RAIN. There is no such funding today. Having said that, the Radio Amateur Information Network is not a tax deductible or tax exempt organization. Hope you can help.

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