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(2/17/2013 5:33:41 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
AM also needs to take the early 90's standards on AM Stereo and AMAX certifications. Every new receiver from the early 90's onward should have had AM Stereo circuitry as standard, the FCC needs to mandate that manufacturers include it. People, especially younger people will not listen to very bassy, low fi, non stereo signals for music. In short no matter how good your signal, it sounds like crap. Everything went stereo years ago, we live in a multichannel world now. Mono is dead.
- Kevin Bell
(2/7/2013 4:05:22 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
KMZT AM (1260) broadcasts classical music. This
is as difficult a format as there is for the AM Band. People are looking for content. We have developed an audience. A crucial element is to use the most
advanced audio and RF equipment available, and encourage listeners to acquire quality AM receivers.
Simulcasting on the Internet is important, and we have acquired a world wide audience. This also
allows local listeners to access the station in difficult environments.

- Saul Levine (KKGO FM)
(1/22/2013 5:57:31 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Am is not dead if you program meaningful material and get off your ass and's not what you have but what you do with it that counts,,go to work and your am will make it.
- Dave wagenvoord
(1/17/2013 3:26:36 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
And it's about time! Good luck! --Giff
- Dave "Giff" Gifford
(1/17/2013 12:08:26 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
Thank you to all who support this AM on FM translator change for small market AM broadcasters. And a special thank you to the FCC commissioner who supports helping hundreds of AM station business's with his
AM revitalization initiative.
We have struggled with this for years with the two 500 watt AM stations we own in Iowa, for all the reasons listed.
Please save our local service we provide our local communities that is increasingly getting harder to access by poor or absent AM.

- Tony Coloff

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