Day Or Night? It May Soon Matter For Clear Channel AM Signal Protections
October 9, 2018
The Federal Communications Commission continues to try threading the needle of protecting the large coverage areas of Class A 50,000-watt AM stations while at the same time allowing the vast majority of AMs to increase their nighttime service area. In its latest proposal released for public comment, the FCC acknowledges broadcasters are still split and suggests one solution may be to offer different interference protections for day and night.
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