The following is a list of FCC -licensed radio stations in the U. Jack Alicoate, ed. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia list article. This list is complete and up to date as of December 1,
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The Campaign will assist with the purchase and ongoing operation of the station. The Jerome L. We look forward to building a powerful and vibrant classical music experience for millions of people on the radio, on the internet and in our new performance space. Greene Foundation.
But the development represented the end of a remarkable era for WQXR and a major shakeup for the classical community. After hopping frequencies a few times in the early days of FM radio and being purchased by the New York Times Company in , the station remained anchored at the But the WQXR name and legacy are not gone altogether. The deal was advantageous to WNYC, allowing it to free up time on its flagship station for more news and talk radio while consolidating and beefing up its classical operations on a separate station. For classical-music fans in the New York City area, the new arrangement would be an adjustment, but they could look forward to the fact that WQXR would now play just four minutes of underwriting announcements an hour as opposed to 12 minutes of commercials. And the comparably catastrophic loss of the station would be averted. Laura Walker said the station is looking into ways to solve the problem. The tour also served as an opportunity to showcase the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space, an inviting, intimate performance venue and live-broadcast studio with seating for on the ground floor of the WNYC building, visible to street onlookers through its floor-to-ceiling windows. This is obviously a time of sweeping change for the radio and music businesses.
Hogan and Elliott Sanger. Hogan began this station as a mechanical television station, W2XR, which went on the air on March 26, The radio station broadcast mainly classical music recordings. One of the station's listeners was the inventor of frequency modulation , Edwin Howard Armstrong. In , the station began transmitting from the top of the Chanin Building , where it remained until when it moved to the top of the Empire State Building. Remnants of the original tower remain on the Chanin Building. Within a few years, the station had adopted its current callsign, WQXR-FM, and its frequency for the next 64 years, During some of its live concerts, it used two microphones positioned six feet apart. The microphone on the right led to its AM feed, and the one on the left to its FM feed, so a listener could position two radios six feet apart, one tuned to and the other to Both the AM and FM sides continued to simulcast each other until , when the FCC began requiring commonly owned AM and FM stations in large markets to broadcast separate programming for at least part of the day.