John Garziglia Discusses AM Radio Industry Trends with Radio World
October 31, 2012
Garziglia tells Radio World that the FCC can help AM stations, particularly in small and medium-sized markets, by not dismissing pending FM translator applications from 2003 and by expanding how many AMs can operate on FM translators.
“If you look at AM operators as not just having a stick in the ground, FM translators is one of the few things that can be done now,” he said.
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