call letters


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call letters

[′kȯl ‚led·ərz]
(communications)
Identifying letters, sometimes including numerals, assigned to radio and television stations by the Federal Communications Commission and other regulatory authorities throughout the world. Also known as call sign.
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Those call letters haven't been assigned to this market since February 2004.
Call letters across the country seem to be spelling out K-GAY, And Chicago's LesBiGay Radio show is leading the waves
That's why computer users call letters mailed through the post office "snail mail.
The case stems from the convergence of Internet and television, as Internet startup Positive Ions attempts to protect its ION call letters.
Call letters have already been issued to all candidates however those who do not receive call notices up to October 27 should either download their letters from official website www.
It further stated that test call letters have been issued to all the eligible candidates, requiring them to be present in the Examination Hall before 9.
The new call letters for 1150 will be KTLK (K-TALK).
Visitors to Web-Radio can search for their favorite station by call letters (KI-KJ, WA-WB), format (Kids/Preteen, Adult Contemporary), state, country and Internet-only.
He will exchange call letters back and forth with the radio station letting him know where he is and they will tell him where they are transmitting from.
The Progressive Talk Format was born in March 2004 in Portland, OR, when Clear Channel Radio's 50,000 watt AM radio station changed its call letters to KPOJ and became the first major market talk radio station to program all Progressive Talk.
The University has sent the call letters to all eligible candidates for participation in the entry test at 10:00 am, said a news release issued by the department.
The eligible candidates, who do not receive the said test call letters, May obtain the duplicate thereof from the office of the Addl.