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What do you call someone who works on a radio station?
Yes,It will charge you a bit extra than a normal call. Also,if you call once your phone number is saved into the computer.So if you try to call again they know who is calling.…
It used to be required twice an hour ... within 5 minutes of the top and bottom of each hour. The requirement at the bottom of the hour was lifted, and a legal ID is no…w required only once per hour, any time between :55 and :05 . A legal ID consists of the station's call sign and location. That's the LEGAL requirement. The reason you hear it much more than that is because the station needs to have its listeners know what station they're listening to, so they must drum it into you as often as possible, as if you're deaf, not listening, or stupid. The reason the station MUST have its listeners know what station they're listening to is in order for you to be able to give the correct answer when an audience-rating service calls you and asks "What radio station are you listening to ?" If you're listening but have no idea of the name of the station, then it does the station no good. If you're listening AND you're able to name the station, then your answer goes to pump up the station's audience rating, which goes straight and directly into their ability to go "blah blah we're #1" and consequently charge their advertisers higher rates for commercial time.
Answer That person is called a cartographer
well im 14 and i work at a radio station! i guess if you have a really good personality and like talking to other people, they'll hire you!:)
herpetology are the people who studies reptiles
A dentist. (aka a mouth doctor)
Answer The International Telegraph Union assigned out the letters for call signs around 1927. The US was represented by the Army and Navy and so obtained the lett…ers A and N. The K and W were derived by adding a Morse Code dash to A and N to get K and W, for civilian call signs. Canada was assigned C but for amateur radio the call signs begin with V (for Victoria...British Empire) as in VA and VE principally, though VY and CY and VO are also used. The VO in interesting in that it was assigned to Newfoundland when it was a colony of the UK, the call signs were retained after they joined Confederation in 1949. So, unlike the rest of Canada, the Newfie stations call signs still begin with VOCM, VOAR etc as they were in use long before Confederation. The reason I know this is I am attempting to get my amateur radio license, so I have been doing a bit of study!
Possibly an "Aquarist"
To win the prizes you have to be 18 but to just call you have to be 13 I believe
Bartenders >googling would have been faster then typing the question here
a petrol station worker
A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier. A cashier.
If the radio works fine on the AM stations and does not even get static on the FM stations in a 1996 Dodge Intrepid is the problem the radio or the antenna?
Buy a new car! Unless you want a 1996 Two ton radio! Does the CAR WORK? DRIVE THE FARKER AND BUY A BOOM BOX AND PUT ON THE SEAT NEXT TO YOU. USELESS FARKER. Buy a Tomos Moped…. Hey< usually that is an unpluggeg antenna> Check the back of the radio and there is also a connection behind the right kick panel under the glove box, may have come unplugged there.