An optimal selection of induction heater capacitance by Lee J.

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The FCC requires these radio stations to cease broadcasting around sunset so as not to interfere with other AM stations. Of the 2000 daytimers in operation, nearly a third reported losses at one time or another in the 1980s. 14 Radio receiver ownership expands and spreads. 16 CHAPTER 1 S tate of the F ifth Estate money for staff. You don’t have the budget for Â�talented people. You don’t have the resources for new equipment or to even maintain the equipment you have, which is typically in disrepair.

Of its operating budget. Affiliates in turn are supported by listeners, community businesses, and grants from the CPB. Program underwriting (the equivalent of sponsorships) is a primary way that public stations meet their operating budgets. These on-air Â�announcements run approximately 15 seconds and include sponsor name and information but no direct selling or hype. They are purchased by sponsors in much the same way that spots are sold on commercial stations – from a rate card based on ratings.

Currently, in the US, there are a number of different rates and laws that apply to internet performance royalty rates. This includes the Small Webcasters Settlement that requires stations of a certain size to pay a percentage of their revenue. There is also the commercial Copyright Review Board (CRB) rate that requires internet radio stations to track performances of a particular piece. This rate escalates through next year [2009] when it is up for renewal again. The reason this is a big challenge for internet radio is that the rate is higher than for other broadcast mediums, like terrestrial and satellite broadcasts.

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