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AM radio: Can/should it be saved?

I don’t think my relationship with AM radio is particularly unique.
I have priceless memories of the early morning drive to college, listening to bluegrass music on “clear channel 650-WSM, the Air Castle of the South.” But 30-plus years later, I find myself habitually relying on FM stations or CDs.
According to the New York Times, there are still a few powerhouse AM stations; but AM in general is struggling for listeners (especially listeners in the younger, more desirable demographic) and revenue.
Federal Communications Commission member Ajit Pai is waging a valiant effort to ensure the long-term viability of ...


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