Translators for AM: Owners, Don’t Get Your Hopes Too High

November 10, 2015

Are you doing the translator scramble? Yes, the FCC move to get more translators in the hands of AM stations has been met with a bit of controversy; but all that notwithstanding, I want to take a moment to make sure that no matter how you get a translator, be warned it’s still going to be a crapshoot. It’s not a full-service FM station by a long shot.

 

Read more at: http://www.radioworld.com/article/translators-for-am-owners-dont-get-your-hopes-too-high/277483


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