Almost impossible for the average person to buy a HD Radio
Sat Sep 10 17:44:07 EDT 2011
>--- On Sat, 9/10/11, A Joseph Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>As for reasons to tune AM, my car radio has six AM buttons. Only two are set for local >stations: WJIB and WBZ . . . This reminds me of the differences between the #10 market and the #1 market. Living on the outer edge of the extreme Greater New York City area, 76 crow-flying miles from Central Park, the 12 AM presets on my car radio (isn't Sony optimistic ?) are set to: WICC, Bridgeport; WOR; WNYC; WCBS; WELI, New Haven; WINS, WBZ, WTIC, WBBR, WQUN-Hamden, Conn.; WMMW-Meriden, Conn. (rebroadcasts Conn.'s oldest AM station, WDRC, Hartford). And one for whatever catches my fancy at the moment -- often used for WWKB or the former WTOP or 740 from Toronto or the Canadian on 900 that runs old radio dramas at night.
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