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News TopicsStories from the Field
Indy 500   June 2024
▪  Indy 500: Airing on the Side of Safety
▪  AM Radio Isn't Going Away Anytime Soon
Eclipse    March 2024
▪  What happens when the internet gets eclipsed?
▪  AM Preservation Act Poised to Pass
▪  UNESCO Designates Radio Our "First Responder"
HAM Radio Issue   November 2023
▪  High Marks for 'The Lowdown' 630 Meter Antenna
▪  New Bandwidth Limit Replaces Baud Rate Ceiling
▪  ARRL Says No to Spectrum Grab
    October 2023
▪  Radio Aids Maui Recovery
▪  FCC Approves Larger, Higher Antennas
▪  Why EMAs Don't Choose LPFM
▪  Information Station Specialists Turns 40
    August 2023
▪  AM Radio Deemed "Absolutely Mandatory"
▪  Will 2024 Solar Event Eclipse Resources?
   May 2023
▪  Safety to Take a Backseat?
▪  Remote Parks Rely on Radio
▪  A Brand New Band
Post Pulse Emergencies   February 2023
▪  Post-Pulse Public Communications Finishing Strong
▪  Rock Radio Resurfaces
▪  Agencies with New & Upgraded Info Radio Stations
Emergencies & Evacuations
Emergency Managers broadcast and stream directly to visitors and residents before, during, after disasters.
 Public Health
Health officials rely on Information Stations to spread the word about mass vaccinations during Covid-19.
Event Highlights Special Events
Rental radio stations guide and inform patrons as they approach event venues, e.g., fairs, festivals and shows.
Park Application Highlights Parks & Outdoor Recreation
State and national parks and wildlife viewing areas inform visitors via Information Radio technology.
Historic Site Highlights Historic Sites
History stations speak to tourists 24/7, increasing patrons' enjoyment and alleviating demands on staff.
Transportation Highlights Transportation
Transportation engineers provide construction info, detours, traffic status, weather and flight delay updates.
Border SignPoints of Entry
Customs/Border Protection and Port Authorities use Information Radio technology to secure entry points.

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