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Radio Rural

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

radio rural
Is Sirius Satellite Radio always get a good signal, no matter where you are?

Is it inside or in areas Indeed rural Sirius Satellite Radio. I live in a rural area of Connecticut and there are lots of trees and intense weather conditions. Is this the effect what extent the signal arrives? I do not yet have the means.

Sometimes, he will lose a signal if your around an area with lots of trees. Other then that the signal is generally quite good. Weather effect will usually not radio. So other then the thing XM tree is fantastic.

Rural radio in Africa


The Radio Station: Broadcast, Satellite and Internet


The Radio Station: Broadcast, Satellite and Internet


$42.04


The Radio Station is considered the standard work on radio media. It remains a concise and candid guide to the internal workings of radio stations and the radio industry in all of its various forms. Not only will you begin understand how each job at a radio station is best performed, you will learn how it meshes with those of the rest of the radio station staff. If you are uncertain of your career…

Out of the Dark: A History of Radio and Rural America


Out of the Dark: A History of Radio and Rural America


$10.21


In the 1920s, the USDA asked farmers about the impact the new medium of radio was having on their lives. One farmer summed it up this way: “Radio brought me out of the dark.” Out of the Dark is a study of radio’s impact on rural America in the three decades between its inception and the arrival of television. The coming of radio broadcasting had a profound impact on the lives of many Americans, bu…

Ithaca Radio (Images of America)


Ithaca Radio (Images of America)


$15.94


From Long Island to Fiji, college students flocked to the sleepy little town of Ithaca to learn the how-tos and how-not-tos of broadcasting. From that influx came some of the future leaders and celebrities of the broadcasting industry. Television stars were born here, and some of radios future stars were nurtured to succeed in an industry that impacts the daily lives of Americans. Ithacas rich bro…

Midland LXT600VP3 36-Channel GMRS with 30-Mile Range, NOAA Weather Alert, Rechargeable Batteries and Charger


Midland LXT600VP3 36-Channel GMRS with 30-Mile Range, NOAA Weather Alert, Rechargeable Batteries and Charger


$42.79


The Midland LXT600VP3 36 Channel GMRS Radios with NOAA Weather/ All Hazard Alert. Includes Rechargeable Batteries, Dual Desktop Charger, and is packed in pairs. The LXT600VP3 features the standard 22 GMRS Channels with an extra 14 Channels and a range of up to 26 Miles. The Weather Scan feature finds the nearest NOAA broadcast to stay up to date with the latest weather and hazard information. …

Kaito KA500BLK 5-Way Powered Emergency AM/FM/SW Weather Alert Radio, Black


Kaito KA500BLK 5-Way Powered Emergency AM/FM/SW Weather Alert Radio, Black


$43.15


The newly released Kaito Voyager KA500 is a sister product of Kaito’s widely praised emergency radios KA007, KA008 and KA009. With its revolutionary design and versatile functions, it’s an ideal companion for emergency preparedness purposes, outdoor activities as well as traveling. Specifically designed for emergency situations, the KA500 offers different methods to power itself. Those methods inc…

Midland LXT118VP 22-Channel GMRS with 18-Mile Range, Rechargeable Batteries, and Wall Charger


Midland LXT118VP 22-Channel GMRS with 18-Mile Range, Rechargeable Batteries, and Wall Charger


$25.96


The Midland LXT118VP is a pair of 22 Channel GMRS Radios with up to 18 Mile Range. The LXT118VP includes Rechargeable Batteries and Wall Charger. The LXT118VP features channel scan to check for activity, Auto Squelch to remove annoying background noise, VOX, and Accessory Jacks that may be used with the Midland’s AVP1, AVPH1, AVPH2, AVPH3, AVPH4, AVPH5 Headsets. Unlike other GMRS radios on the mar…

Radio Shows (24 Fan Favorites Recorded in 1962)


Radio Shows (24 Fan Favorites Recorded in 1962)


$10.37


Jim And Jesse are celebrating 50 Years as members of the Grand Ole Opry this year. The success of their 1960s radio shows prompted Martha White Flour to bring them to Nashville to star on their early morning show on W S M. In 1964 a life time dream came true for Jim And Jesse when they became regular members of the Grand Ole Opry.Originally released in 1978 as a 2 record set on the Old Dominion la…