Is Your Radio Station Prepared For A Satellite’s Death?



For many, discussion of the “AMC-8” may involve what screen time the family will select when driving to Cherry Creek Shopping Center’s AMC Theatres to see Beauty and the Beast or The Boss Baby. 

For radio industry engineers, programming executives and the C-Suite, “AMC-8” is the all-important satellite that for many years has been feeding AM and FM radio stations with short-form and long-form programming.

On June 30, the aging satellite will be put to sleep. Syndicated programming will need to come from a different satellite.

Are your stations prepared?

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