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radio station

[′rād·ē·ō ‚stā·shən]
(communications)
A station equipped to engage in radio communication or radio broadcasting.
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The award reflects the growing influence of Radio Arte, one of a handful of Latino-owned public radio stations in the country.
Most radio stations survive solely on revenue generated from traditional advertising.
You find out what it is they're interested in and make it possible for them to do that within the vehicle of this radio station.
Until 1996, a company could own no more than 40 radio stations nationwide, and no more than two AM and two FM stations in a market, regardless of the market's size.
He was schooled in Indianapolis and then did about eight years of broadcasting at various radio stations throughout the country.
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Buckley Radio owns and operates twenty radio stations in seven markets.
So when `alternative' first started to develop as a format, it was very simply an alternative to that kind of music that really dominated the radio waves on rock radio stations throughout the country,'' Duncan said.
com) subdivides its many radio station links into categories such as talk, sports and music.
RSDB functionality helps users select Internet radio stations that are aggregated by sites like vTuner, which offers access to as many as 10,000 online radio stations.
The center, which recently moved into new facilities in Simi Valley, produces the ``Voice of Prophecy,'' taped and sent to radio stations around the country, as well as other television and radio programs.