Expanded Band, Class A Protection Are Key AM Interests
March 22, 2016
As was to be expected, on the last day that comments are being accepted, filings rolled in on many of the potential proposals for revitalizing the AM radio band.
Advocacy groups, broadcast stations and listeners alike shared concerns with the Federal Communications Commission, including LPFM advocacy group REC Networks, which expressed its support for the preservation of nighttime Class A AM service and support for reasonable expansion on the placement of FM translators for AM stations.
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