Station Tally Reflects Demand for FM Spectrum

July 10, 2015

The FCC recently tabulated that the total number of licensed radio stations in the U.S. hit a near-all-time high of 22,970 in June 2015, up about 2.6 percent from the previous summer. This count includes not only AM, FM commercial and FM educational stations, but also FM translators and boosters, as well as low-power FM stations.

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