FM Dominates Growth in Broadcast Station Totals
October 6, 2017
The lower-power segments of translators and low-power FMs have been particularly vibrant, but recent times have seen relatively healthy growth across that band. Per the latest quarterly commission data report, as of Sept. 30 all FM categories showed growth compared to both one and five years ago. But the number of AM licenses has declined; according to the report, there are 4,639 AM licenses operating in the U.S.; that’s down 106 from 2012 — and 32 fewer than just one year ago.
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