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With over 860 radio stations, only iHeartMedia can offer local activation with national reach. Individual station brands deliver the ability to connect with diverse audiences in local markets across the country. Ready to find the station in your market? Use the Station Search to connect with a local representative.




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The Integrated Public Alert & Warning System (IPAWS) is FEMA's national system for local alerting that provides authenticated emergency and life-saving information to the public through mobile phones using Wireless Emergency Alerts, to radio and television via the Emergency Alert System, and on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Weather Radio.


If you're unable to resolve your issue via the self-help links, the best way to reach us is via chat.NOTE: Please have ready your account number (found in the upper right-hand corner of your account center) or your radio ID (also called ESN or RID).


Tune in to Brian Evans as he shares his thoughts on investing and securing your retirement in his weekly radio broadcast, Growing Your Wealth with Brian Evans. For over 30 years, Brian and his staff have been helping families live out the retirements that they deserve by giving them experienced, common-sense advice.


Expansion of the AM or FM radio bands is Unlikely. The FM band is constrained from expanding above 107.9 MHz by the presence of aeronautical operations on 108 MHz to 136 MHz, and is also prevented from expanding below 88.1 MHz by Channel 6 television operations on 82.0 through 88.0 MHz. The AM band was expanded from 1600 to 1700 kHz in the 1990s after years of international negotiations. However, those frequencies are reserved for existing stations that were causing significant interference in the lower part of the band.


Unlicensed Operation is Prohibited. A very common question asked of the FCC is whether broadcasting at very low power requires a license. Please be aware that unlicensed operation of radio broadcast stations is prohibited, even at low powers such as 1 watt or less. The only unlicensed operation that is permitted on the AM and FM broadcast bands is covered under Part 15 of the FCC's rules, and is limited to a coverage radius of approximately 200 feet. (See the Commission's July 24, 1991 Public Notice, which is still in effect.) Unlicensed operation is not permitted in the television bands (including 87.9 MHz, which falls within the 82.0 to 88.0 Channel 6 television band). Fines and/or criminal prosecution may result from illegal operation of an unlicensed station (see a sampling of recent enforcement actions).


FCC Rules. FCC rules pertaining to radio and television broadcast stations are contained in Parts 73 and 74 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR). The CFR is available through the Government Printing Office both online and in book form. For your convenience, here is a link to the Part 73 radio broadcast station rules. These rule lists are updated once a year, after the Code of Federal Regulations website is updated to reflect rule changes from the previous year.


We recommend pre-activating radios on SiriusXM-equipped vehicles by using the Dealer App prior to customer delivery so they drive off the lot listening to their SiriusXM trial subscription. By pre-activating a radio, you can demonstrate SiriusXM during test drives.


If your dealership encounters radio activation issues, please know that our SiriusXM Dealer Support Agents are available to help. If a radio does not activate after using the Improved SiriusXM Dealer App, please contact SiriusXM Dealer Support at 1-800-852-9696, and they will be happy to assist.


If you have questions about this program or need help with enrollment, call us at 1-844-832-8643 or email us at SiriusXMDealerPrograms@siriusxm.com. If your question is about other aspects of the satellite radio services, please contact SiriusXM Dealer Support at 1-800-852-9696. Or you can also contact your SiriusXM Regional Manager for assistance. Contact details at siriusxmdealer.com. For additional questions about SiriusXM products, programs and future subscriptions, please visit siriusxm.com.


The 630 Series APs are designed to take advantage of the 6 GHz band, which translates into far greater speeds, wider channels for multi-gigabit traffic, and less interference. It delivers 3.9 Gbps maximum aggregate data rates Tri-radio, 2x2:2 MIMO in all three bands (3.9Gbps aggregate peak).


The 630 Series includes an integrated Bluetooth 5 and 802.15.4 radio for Zigbee support to simplify deploying and managing IoT-based location services, asset tracking services, security solutions, and IoT sensors.


OFFER DETAILS FOR OPTION 1: Activate a semi-annual All Access subscription and pay $49.99 for your first 6 months, a savings of 58% off the current monthly rate of $19.99, plus get free activation (an additional $15 savings). Fees and taxes apply. Service will automatically renew every 6 months thereafter and you will be charged according to your chosen payment method at then-current rates. To cancel you must call us at 1-866-635-2349. See our Customer Agreement for complete terms at www.siriusxm.com. All fees and programming subject to change. This offer cannot be combined with any other. Offer good only on your currently inactive radio.


Auburn Sports Properties is owned and operated by Playfly Sports, the official worldwide marketer for Auburn University Athletics. Auburn Sports Properties is the exclusive marketer and producer of Auburn sports programming such as radio and television broadcasts, corporate hospitality, in-venue signage, social media integration, promotional activities, and intellectual property rights.


Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. gestures during an address against the recently enacted Communications Decency Act in 1996 in Washington, D.C. The legislation was part of the broad telecommunications deregulation bill signed by President Clinton, establishing government control of the Internet. The U.S. Supreme Court struck down provisions of the CDA in 1997 in Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union, distinguishing the Internet from radio, which the government regulates. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds, used with permission from the Associated Press) 041b061a72


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