the Radio Attic's Archives

Terms and conditions

Here are the Radio Attic's terms and conditions for displaying your radios in the Archives.

In a Nutshell  (but please keep reading)
The Radio Attic's Archives will gladly publish your images of your radios forever.  That was easy!

Why the Archives?
A visitor suggested I add an "index" page to the Radio Attic some time ago.  I passed on the idea at first, but after a while it sounded like fun--and a lot of work!  Well, I was right on both counts, and I'm glad I went ahead with the project!  Radio Attic's Archives contain 12,371 images of radios with known model numbers.  My goal is to eventually host images of every radio ever manufactured!  [insert maniacal laughter here]

Submitting Photographs
The easiest way to submit photographs is via e-mail.  I can accept almost all graphics files, and my ISP does not limit image size.  So send it big if you want; I'll take care of cropping and reducing the size to a reasonably fast-loading file without compromising picture quality too much.  Or snail-mail to me at the address below & I'll scan them.  All snail-mailed photographs will be returned to you after I scan them along with reimbursement for your postage costs.  You may want to check the master listing of images first.  If your photograph is, in your opinion, of better quality than one already in the Archives, send it on!

What I Do With Your Images
I will crop your image to optimize its appearance.  To save disk space (the Archives use over 1200 MBytes), I will resize all images to a maximum height or width of 800 pixels, and will compress images to a file size of 100 Kbytes maximum.   I may stretch or tweak an image to soften the perspective or lighten/darken in extreme cases, but I do not as a rule modify or enhance images (too lazy).  I recommend more than one photo for unusual-shaped items such as consoles, or units with doors or large speaker horns; I will try to display your radio to its best advantage.

Ownership of Images
By sending me a photo, you assure me that the radio in the photo is or was previously owned by you and that the image is not copyrighted by anyone else.  Please don't send images downloaded from someone else's web site!  All images or photographs you donate will remain your property.  I will not use them for any purpose other than to display them on this web site; I will not copy them or distribute them to any other individual for any purpose without your express permission.  Visitors may not download, link to, or upload images to any other web site for any commercial purpose without the express written permission of the Webmaster and the owner of the images.  Any other use of these images constitutes theft.

Your "Contributor Page"
Friends of the Archives will each have an individual Contributor Page which will consist of thumbnails of the images you contribute and a hyperlink to your web site, if you have one.

Selling Radios Displayed in the Archives
I realize sellers have a right to sell their radios wherever they wish.  However, I insist that individuals NOT link to any images displayed on this web site for the purpose of advertising a radio for sale.  Thanks for your cooperation.

If you agree to these terms and conditions, please send your images!

Radio Attic's Archives
P.O. Box 823
Springville, AL 35146

 

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When cabinet material or color differences are apparent or suspected  in donated photos, I have included additional photos of certain model numbers.  Due to time constraints, I must rely entirely on the accuracy of information supplied by contributors with their photographs.  As such, no guarantee is made that the model numbers presented here are correct.

Images may be used for non-commercial purposes with attribution.
Please do not use, copy, or display these images for any commercial purpose.  Thank you.

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