November 25, 2013
Revitalizing AM radio is not easy. As the oldest radio service, the very things that made it attractive to the early days of radio – being able to reach vast areas of the country – now create problems. The fact that AM stations have “skywave” signals that bounce off the atmosphere and travel hundreds, even thousands of miles, especially at night, also mean that their signals interfere with other stations on the same frequencies thousands of miles from their transmitter sites.Read more at: http://www.broadcastlawblog.com/2013/11/articles/fcc-proposals-for-am-radio-part-2-comment-deadline-dates-site-moves-and-unaddressed-questions/
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