AM Station


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AM Station

A station that broadcasts using radio waves. The technology is simpler than that used at an FM station. AM stations dominated radio until about 1980, when FM stations became more popular. Even still, AM stations broadcast a wide variety of programs, especially related sports and news.
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"It's not a secret that AM stations across the country are failing," Scott said.
But the AM station's new owners claim they know nothing about unpaid bills.
The AM station count has declined in all quarters since the end of 2016.
It's disappointing because he should serve the best interest of the government,' Robredo said in Filipino during 'BISErbisyong LENI,' her weekly program aired over AM station DZXL.
Now that classic hits WLS 94.7-FM is riding high in the ratings, and alternative rock WKQX 101.1-FM is looking up, Cumulus Media is finally zeroing in on its chronically underperforming AM station -- news/talk WLS 890-AM, Robert Feder writes.
Church-run Radio Veritas, the leading faith-based AM station in the country, is inviting the faithful to visit and pray before the image of La NiRa Maria, the young Virgin Mary, until September 7, from 8 a.m.
He added that it was sad the AM station was off air for nearly 17 years.
The AM station offers Air America's lineup of liberal talk shows.
WTAG, which is owned by Clear Channel Communications, began Fox News broadcasts Saturday, according to the AM station's program director George R.
But by September of 1988, Hollis had sold Atlanta's only black AM station for $4.3 million to WGST.
The Ludlow AM station's owner, South Shropshire Communications, was the only bidder for the licence renewal by the time the deadline was reached.