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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In 2013, expansion was seen for what's now billed as "The Vine Connection." A Class A FM was added to the mix, serving an area to the east of its Class D AM daytimer.
He bought his own radio station, an AM daytimer in Jerseyville, III.
KTGG, Okemus is a Class D AM daytimer operating at 450 watts of power on 1540 kHz.