Produced by: ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio, (c) 2014. Narrated by Becky Schoenfeld, W1BXY, QST Managing Editor. http://www.arrl.org
From the ARRL YouTube post: The ARRL continues "To promote and advance the art, science and enjoyment of Amateur Radio." By being an ARRL member you not only reflect the commitment and enthusiasm of American radio amateurs, or "hams," but also provide leadership as the voice of Amateur Radio in the USA. The ARRL is all of us working together...
* to defend our spectrum
* to help teach new hams
* to encourage your enjoyment with contests and activities
* to promote Amateur Radio in the media
* to advocate for hams in Washington and in international conventions
* to share the joy of creating new things, learning new things and realizing, "Hey, I can do that!"
...and we're just getting started.