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Stations responsability to it's city of license.

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Turkeytop
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Re: Stations responsability to it's city of license.

Post by Turkeytop » Sun Jun 07, 2015 5:44 pm

craig11152 wrote:I am not in radio so i do not understand the nuts and bolts of the industry. but it seems to me as a business you need to respond to your customers. If they are 150 miles away so be it. Who do the advertisements aim at? If I paid for air time I'd want bang for my buck.
I have zero knowledge of U.S. law, but it seems to me the first duty of the broadcaster should be to the community, not to its advertisers or its shareholders. The radio frequency spectrum is public property. Anyone licensed to have exclusive use of a frequency within a community should be obligated to provide a service to that community. If they can't make a profit doing that they shouldn't be in business. Let someone else use that frequency.



BeerMan
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Re: Stations responsability to it's city of license.

Post by BeerMan » Fri Jul 03, 2015 12:27 pm

In short. Stations have no obligation to the community of license any more.



douglasm
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Re: Stations responsability to it's city of license.

Post by douglasm » Tue Aug 11, 2015 5:31 pm

Too damn bad.



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