FCC AM Order Continues to Generate Commentary, Concerns
March 4, 2016
The impact of the proposals handed down in the AM Radio Revitalization Order are generating continued commentary and concern — prompting broadcast stations, radio networks and radio listeners to submit comments to the Federal Communications Commission on what these new proposals mean to them.
Issues up for debate include nighttime coverage, expanded band licensees and the difficulty in finding tower crews, among others.
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