RENEWAL SEASON Notes:
As the 2011 Renewal Cycle comes to a close, just a couple of groups
- Stations in New York and New Jersey: Finish up with your Post Filing
Announcements run on the 16th of March and April 1st and 16th.
- Stations in Delaware and Pennsylvania should be running your final
Pre-filing Announcements on the 16th of March. Renewal Applications are due
April 1st. Post-Filing Announcements will run through June.
- And this renewal season is over!
Got a CP?
Time to build out? Here is
a list of great engineers who can take you from CP
Time is nearly gone for reply comments on AM Revitalization. Applaud ideas
you like; pan the others. But do it before March 20th.
The proceeding is 13-249.
A couple of new transmitter entries this week.
Check here for some
good deals and a chance to list your goodies - free to
Do You Remember? This week in history:
It was 32 years ago (1982) when FCC threw up its hands and let the
"marketplace" select AM Stereo standards.
It was 35 years ago (1979) when the CD was first demonstrated.
It was 45 years ago (1969) when Mickey Mantle retired.
It was 48 years ago (1966) when Barry Sadler's "Ballad of the Green
Berets" hit #1.
It was 51 years ago (1963) when the Hula Hoop was patented.
It was 61 years ago (1953) when Josef Stalin died.
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Craig Healy did an experiment with a radio "DX time machine" in 1986
that might just claim your weekend. He recorded.
out here ...
listen to some of it here and
And if that were not enough, browse the Smithsonian's
According to Mark Hill, it goes back to the 1950s and, of all
things, a transistor radio!
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