NAB Supports AM-Only FM Translator Window 

March 24, 2014

NAB thinks it’s a good idea for the FCC to open an application window for those AM stations owners who wish to apply for an FM translator. The idea was floated by then FCC Acting Chair Mignon Clyburn at the fall NAB/RAB Radio Show and has gained much support as something the agency could do fairly quickly to help owners of struggling AM stations.

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