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  AAIRO is a nonprofit agency of operators, licensees and interested others from public agencies nationwide who manage Information Radio Stations that broadcast valuable messages to motorists. The group's mission
is to ...

Sustain a Unique Medium
Support the enhancement and protection of Information Radio, the sole medium public officials have for reaching motorists directly with localized information — often critical to saving lives.

Speak with One Voice
Communicate as a group to regulatory agencies (Congress & the FCC) and related associations about issues affecting Information Radio station rule-making.

Learn about Relevant Issues
Channel news and issues germane to managing Information Radio Stations.

Exchange Ideas with Other Operators
Provide a networking forum members may use to exchange ideas and share information.

Advance Professional Expertise
Augment operator technological development and broadcasting skills.
January 2015

Don't lose use of your radio frequency.

PINS notifies existing station operators of potential interference from new stations in time for formal appeal to the FCC.

New Flight 93 stations are now on the air.
A pair of Information Stations helps motorists find the new memorial located at the remote Pennsylvania crash site.

             Flight 93 Entry Sign

Transmit professional sounding broadcasts.

FCC ruling could make life difficult for top-of-band emergency advisory Travelers Information Stations near New York.

See the above articles in The Source radio newsletter for January 2015.

See also other AAIRO news.
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American Association of Information Radio Operators
PO Box 41, Zeeland, Michigan, USA, 49464-0051
Phone 616.772.2300, Fax 2966
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