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Re: Which Northeast stations use RDS?

On Sun, 26 Mar 2000 21:11:39 -0500 (EST), Garrett Wollman
<wollman@khavrinen.lcs.mit.edu> wrote:

>Beyond a few large state-wide public radio networks in the US (e.g.,
>Minnesota Public Radio), these sorts of regional or national networks
>with dozens of transmitters simply don't exist here.  Hence, no need
>for the service.

I wonder whether the changes wrought by the Telecommunications Act may
result in more regional networks in the US and therefore more use for
this service.

I can imagine it being useful if someone were willing at a station to
program it on a per-program basis.  For example, last fall when I was
driving out to Amherst and listening to the UMass football game on my
car radio.  When I got beyond the range of WXKS, I could have used
that sort of service to find the next station that was carrying the

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