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What TV character used to reminisce It all started in a small 5000-watt radio station in Fresno California?
Television: The number of television stations and viewers in Honduras has grown rapidly in recent years. Just a decade ago there were less than 10 television channels in Hond…uras, but today there are close to 50, and more keep appearing. 1 According to CONATEL (the National Telecommunications Commission) there are a total of 237 television broadcasters in the 18 departaments of Honduras, with the department of Puerto Cortés, in the north, leading with 43 broadcasters. In Honduras there are open-signal broadcasters at the national, regional, and local levels, and there are also more than 300 cable stations, most of which cover only a single municipality. Many of these cable companies are going a step beyond merely offering cable service to creating their own local channels. RADIO: According to CONATEL in February of 2004 Honduras had 255 AM radio stations, 432 FM stations, and 8 short-wave stations. Of these, about 67 have news programs and about 50 are religious (either Catholic or Evangelical). 4 Radio reaches nearly every area of Honduras; even in remote, unelectrified areas, most families have a battery-powered radio.
The Federal Communications Commission regulates all public broadcast media.
They don't. In the west (west of the Mississippi?) they start with K. Not ALL do. This are applicable only in North America and codes assigned for different types of broadcast…ing - including commercial radio, and in different regions in North America. When "radiotelephone" sets began to appear on ocean going ships, the operators pretty much made up their own identifications. As more ships came equipped, this practice soon became a major problem. It was then decided that transmitting and receiving stations be assigned call signs. When land-based radio stations started up in the early part of the 20th century, the new Federal Radio Commission began to assign call letters- first in alpha-numeric variations (for experimental licensees) and three-and-four letter alpha identifications for commercial operations. An international conference comprised of the major countries heavily into the development of broadcasting decided that North America would be assigned as follows: "N" for U.S. Navy stations; "W" for broadcast stations on the amplitude modulation (AM) band and later on the frequency modulation (FM) band east of the Mississippi River and "K" for those stations west of the river; "C" would be assigned to stations originating from Canada; "X" for Mexico
they are mostly owned by private corporations.
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WRGB-TV Channel 6 in Albany, NY. Dates back to 1928! wttg - Washington dc, was part of the dumont network that started in 1946, wrgb was started as radio, DuMont was first t…o be officially "licensed" as a television network.
What tv character used to reminisce it all started in a 5000-watt radio station in Fresno California?
Some radio stations in Nigeria include 92.1 Vision FM, 94.7 Rhythm FM, and 104.5 Love FM. Some television stations include Nigerian Television Authority, Africa Independen…t Television, and Emmanuel TV.
Analog Television use radio waves both for audio and video. Video circuit is much more complex than audio circuit. Ancient Televisions used CRT (Cathodic rays tube) in wich a …powerful valve emmits electrons towards the inner side of the screen, and the result is the image saw by the TV watchers. The TV station broadcasts electromagnetic waves to the TV receiver which use the same radio waves to transform audio and video onto images and sound through complex electronic circuits.
The radio stations appealed to the teens and parents with stories and popular music.
I believe it's 1260 AM. Here is a complete list of the Radio Disney stations in California: Riverside - 1290 AM San Francisco - 1310 AM Sac…ramento - 1470 AM Pasadena/Los Angeles - 1110 AM
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Back in the 1920s, when there were enough radio stations that governments decided it was time to step in and regulate them (to avoid having their signals devou…r each other), there was an international conference to set up a workable worldwide system, and unique station identifications for each nation were created. The USA was allocated 'A', 'N', 'W', and 'K' as the first letter in all station call-signs licensed in this country. So far, commercial stations (AM. FM, TV) have been given call-signs beginning only with the 'K' and the 'W', but ham stations and other services get calls beginning with 'A' and 'N', in addition to 'W' and 'K'. To answer your question directly: The 'W' and 'K' mean that the station with that call-sign is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to operate in the USA. Similarly, Mexico has 'X', Canada has 'C' and 'V', Spain has 'E', Germany has 'D', Russia has 'U', etc. etc.
FCC = Federal Communications Commission
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try an internet radio station, you need software to cue up the tracks (mixxx is especially good), something to convert it into an mp3 file (try LAME), and a broadcast server (…caster beta gives you one for free). just follow their instructions and you will have a radio station that will only cost as much as the internet does. and someone on the bus has to have a mobile wifi connection. caster beta actually is coming out with a mobile site soon, but students can still access the desktop site