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Pai Continues Mission To Save AM Dial



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(11/17/2013 1:50:23 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
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(6/4/2013 6:58:53 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
I had a chance to meet with Commissioner Pai. As a small station owner, it was a pleasure to have a 40 minute meeting with the commissioner. As for the FM translator idea..why not instead for us class D stations, if my engineer can find a full time FM frequency with similar coverage as my AM, why shouldnt I be allowed to move to the FM, and then I must turn in the AM license. Now I have decent coverage, and those that share my old AM frequency may have a chance to do some type of upgrade.
- Brian Winnekins
(6/4/2013 6:15:10 AM)   Flag as inappropriate content
The terrible quality of many AM car radios has to be a big factor. My wife has a Honda with sn AM receiver that sounds like like a cellphone. It literally hurts my ears. If we could get car makers to agree to minimum fidelity standards of old Delco radios or Blaupunkt then that would be a start. Also, reinstating news and local service requirements by the FCC would make these stations more relevant and also banning infomercials.
- Sandy Wells
(6/3/2013 8:56:24 PM)   Flag as inappropriate content
AM Daytime radio stations need the first shot in the arm, before we are all out of business. Many of us have unique LOCAL programming that will survive if listeners can tune in at any time of the day or night, but when both ends of the broadcast day change about every month, it is very hard to build and maintain an audience in today's climate of multi audio sources. A 250 watt FM translator will revitalize business for any AM daytime station that has attractive unique programming. Please help!
- Phil Drumheller


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