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TWiRT 148 - Mark Humphrey

AM stations transmitting on FM, too?  Some organizations owning hundreds of FM licenses?  And the FCC is sitting on thousands of FM license applications because they're mutually exclusive?  Welcome to the wacky world of FM translators.  Mark Humphrey is a consulting engineer and expert on the proper and prudent use of FM translators.  He discusses the history and current state of FM translator application and licensing, and hints at what we might see in the next few years regarding granting of licenses. 

Plus, we discuss how radio/TV towers and revolving restaurants are really good for each other. 

TWiRT is sponsored by the Telos iQ6 telephone talkshow system.  


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