clear channel

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clear channel

[¦klir ′chan·əl]
(communications)
A standard broadcast channel in which the dominant station or stations render service over wide areas; stations are cleared of objectionable interference within their primary service areas and over all or a substantial portion of their secondary service areas.
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KTGG, Okemus is a Class D AM daytimer operating at 450 watts of power on 1540 kHz.
He bought his own radio station, an AM daytimer in Jerseyville, III.
Originally an AM daytimer, it signed on as KYAC and was an urban format in 1965.