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Engineer Says AM Interference Will Continue

Nonbroadcast interference to AM radio is not going away. That’s according to engineer Sam Brown, who believes the FCC is asking...

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LPFMs Must Participate in EAS

The world of the next-generation Emergency Alert System continues to be governed by three undeniable axioms:

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New Christian radio station opens in Harlan KY

Harlan now has a new Christian radio station, WUIC (With You in Christ) 102.5 on the FM dial. A low power, non-profit radio station, WUIC...

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Broadcasters to FCC: “investigate” FM chips in mobile phones

Perusing various Federal Communications Commission’s proceedings, a coordinated campaign of...

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More Than 200 House Members Support Local Radio Freedom Act

"Congress should not impose any new performance fee, tax, royalty, or other charge relating to the public performance...

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Improving AM: Some Tough Decisions Ahead

Much of the discussion and comments to the FCC about AM revitalization have centered on interference and noise.

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“Extreme Similarities” of LPFM Apps Concerns Advocates

Things are heating up between some potential owners of low-power FM stations. REC Networks and other...

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IBiquity Urges FCC to Okay All-Digital AM Broadcasting

IBiquity Digital supports many of the commission’s proposals to help AM in theory, but says the agency should ensure any changes...

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LPFM Watch: More than 400 LPFM Applications Granted this Month

It’s been a busy week at the FCC, with the tally of newly granted low power FM (LPFM) applications now inching towards 500...

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FCC Preps for AM Auction

The commission has determined procedures for upcoming Auction 84.

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NAB Urges FCC to Be More Flexible on FM Translator Moves

“If you care about localism, you should care about AM radio,” stated FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai last fall at the NAB Radio Show...

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DLR to FCC: No More New AMs

The engineering consulting firm of du Treil, Lundin & Rackley says there’s a lot the FCC can do to improve AM.

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LPFM Application Tally Surprises

The low-power expansion of the FM dial will not include as many stations as some LPFM faithful had estimated.

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NAB Lands Four More Members of Congress

There are now 200 Representatives and Senators signed on to the Local Radio Freedom Act.

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LPFM Advocates Seek LP250 Class

Two long-time low-power FM advocates want the FCC to reconsider licensing stations at higher power levels in rural areas.

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