We expect that many stations looking to make a change in their programming these days are AMs which have acquired a translator on FM. Our own observations show that a majority of these AM stations have been plugged into a satellite-delivered format ... and we can't blame you if you're one of those, because the ad revenue just hasn't been there for stand-alone AMs. Obviously, that's going to change once you're selling a FM signal.

We believe our approach is better than a national format via satellite. And here's why:

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* - We presently research the airplay of 66 Classic Hits stations nationwide (22 of which are in top-25 markets, with another 22 being in markets 26-50) and 31 Adult Hits stations (11 in the top-25, 12 in 26-50), meaning that not only do we see what the national listener preferences are, we also see airplay data for 30 stations in smaller markets (almost one-third of the total number of monitored stations) for comparison. This is how we're sure our client stations are playing exactly the hits that keep listeners happily tuned in whenever they listen to radio.