amplitude modulation

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amplitude modulation

Altering the height (amplitude) of an electrical or acoustical wave.
See: A-mode ultrasound
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Citadel is comprised of 169 FM stations and 61 AM stations in the nation's leading markets, in addition to the ABC Radio Network business, which is one of the three largest radio networks in the United States.
NEW YORK, April 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Hibernia Communications, LLC, a radio broadcasting company that owns and operates AM stations, today announced it has named Kevin L.
Citadel is comprised of 170 FM stations and 63 AM stations in the nation's leading markets, in addition to the ABC Radio Network business, which is one of the three largest radio networks in the United States.
Under the terms of the agreement, EZ will exchange its Philadelphia stations, WIOQ-FM and WUSL-FM, plus $10 million for Evergreen's four FM and two AM stations in Charlotte: WPEG-FM; WBAV AM/FM; WNKS-FM; WRFX-FM and WFNZ-AM.
The swap of assets will include Entercom's four FM stations in Cincinnati (WUBE-FM, WKRQ-FM, WYGY-FM, and WSWD-FM) and one FM and two AM stations in Seattle (KBSG-FM, KIRO-AM, and KTTH-AM).
The deal gives AMFM five FM and two AM stations in L.
Under the terms of the restructured transaction, EZ will exchange its Philadelphia stations WIOQ-FM and WUSL-FM plus $10 million for Evergreen's four FM and two AM stations in Charlotte: WPEG-FM; WBAV AM/FM; WNKS-FM; WRFX-FM and WFNZ-AM.
At 50,000 watts, we are excited that KRLA is now among the most powerful AM stations in Los Angeles.
Citicasters also owns WTVN-AM and WLVQ-FM in Columbus along with eleven FM, three AM stations and two network-affiliated television stations in other major markets throughout the country.
Blame the schools' athletic departments for allowing themselves to get tossed from major AM stations, or not working harder to find other stations that are easy to receive in Southern California.
Citicasters currently owns WTVN-AM and WLVQ-FM in Columbus along with eleven FM, three AM stations and two network-affiliation television stations in other major markets throughout the country.
Citicasters currently operates 16 radio stations including twelve FM and four AM stations along with two network affiliated television stations in major markets throughout the country.