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Surprising to see so many AM stations still there(4676), 3/4 the number of FM stations not counting the “educational” ones…..whatever that is. Why are they separate from the “regular” stations.
Notice that most of the new stations are all going on FM, so when there’s no more space in any urban area like the whole eastern seaboard then what?
Even if you get more power for FM what good is it if there’s no space to go if you live in the eastern half of the country?
Here in Toronto in Southern Ontario which is the most radio conjested part of the country there’s still some open places to go and on 90.7 here in Toronto, with empty frequencies on each side is still good and I wonder why nothing yet has taked this place….must be a good reason and I’m likin’ it.
AM for me is an absolute last resort….hope it doesn’t come to that. This translator thing doesn’t seem to be happening here.