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We Are Broadcasters: 100 Years of Service

As we celebrate more than a century of radio and television, we are constantly innovating to deliver trusted information and entertainment to our audiences in convenient, modern and familiar ways. Take a look at our newest television spot.

Depend on AM Radio

Depend on AM Radio

From reporting the latest weather updates and providing vital emergency warnings to covering the local high school football game, 82 million Americans depend on AM radio. Despite this, some auto manufacturers have suggested removing AM radio from the dashboard.

Tell your members of Congress why you want to keep AM radio in cars.

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In Baltimore and Nationwide, Broadcasters Fight Misinformation and Foster Unity

In Baltimore and Nationwide, Broadcasters Fight Misinformation and Foster Unity

Early on the morning of Tuesday, March 26, as the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapsed in Baltimore, Md., local television and radio broadcasters leapt into action to report on the tragedy as details emerged. Meanwhile, misinformation about the incident proliferated on social media. From ill-informed speculation as witnesses tried to understand the shocking images to fringe conspiracy theories, social media once again created a perfect environment for misinformation and confusion to flourish.

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Broadcasting By the Numbers


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