Archive for the ‘Press’ Category

AM Revitalization Ideas

Icon Written by Alex on July 23, 2013 – 3:46 pm

Clay Freinwald, CPBE, has been active in radio broadcasting for more than 50 years. Responding to Radio World’s coverage of the AM revitalization debate, he offers his own suggestions. Freinwald is a past recipient of Radio World’s Excellence in Engineering Award, broadcaster of the year from the Washington State Association of Broadcasters and twice winner […]

Channels 5 & 6: The Fight Continues

Icon Written by Alex on December 9, 2009 – 10:39 am

BroadMax makes Radio Journal again! This article is more coverage of MMTC’s Radio Rescue proposal, and has a list of some of its supporters, including the Broadcast Maximization Committee. Will the FCC ever take a position on this?

Is AM Radio Still Relevant?

Icon Written by Alex on October 15, 2009 – 9:19 am

Do you still listen to AM radio? In a few years you may not be able to. Check out this article about the challenges AM radio is facing in today’s media climate. AM radio is rapidly becoming extinct, but BMC has the answer!

Engineers Seek Ruling on Channels 5 & 6

Icon Written by Alex on September 3, 2009 – 3:46 pm

The Broadcast Maximization Committee is mentioned in Radio World! The short post talks about BMC’s request that the FCC announce no LPTV and translator applications on VHF Channels 5 & 6 in the upcomming filing window will be accepted.

No Promised Land for AM?

Icon Written by Alex on August 28, 2009 – 9:57 pm

BroadMax continues to get press coverage. This article by Tom Taylor from Radio-Info talks about about the request for a freeze on CH. 5 & 6 applications in the upcoming filing window and the advantages of the Broadmax proposal.

No Freeze Yet on Channel 5 & 6 Apps

Icon Written by Alex on August 27, 2009 – 3:51 pm

Leslie Stimson’s article discusses BMC’s request to the FCC for a freeze on Channel 5 & 6 applications in the upcomming filing window to allow for further consideration of its proposal.