The High Stakes Battle Over The C-Band And What It Could Mean For Radio

July 15, 2019

National Public Radio has grown to rely on the Public Radio Satellite System to distribute programing to more than 1,200 public radio stations. What’s more, PRSS has become the primary method that more than 100 other producers, including American Public Media and Public Radio International, use to reach affiliates.

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