November 19, 2015
The industry’s dominant trade association agrees. “We think this was a good outcome, and we will continue to work with the FCC to develop creative ideas that will help revitalize AM radio,” said National Association of Broadcasters spokesman Dennis Wharton. He did not elaborate on further solutions the NAB plans to pursue.
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