1,000 new FM “stations” to save AM

The FCC gave AM stations an opportunity to request an FM translator without requiring them to buy an existing license. Around 1,000 licenses have been applied for.

Here is The List

When this process is complete, most AM stations will be heard on FM unless either the AM station is derelict or is located in a big city where no FM frequency is available.

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One Response to 1,000 new FM “stations” to save AM

  1. briand75 says:

    How odd this world we live in is. I grew up in the midst of the AM vs. FM battles. I took the side of FM. Now we have more and more AM stations on FM. Makes your head spin a bit.

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