FCC Raises Stakes, Will Explore Further Changes on AM

October 26, 2015

The Federal Communications Commission is looking beyond its new order and raising the possibility of making more and bigger changes to the AM band in the United States, including some that, if adopted, could challenge longstanding assumptions and ways of doing business — including the role of distant nighttime AM signals in American life.

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