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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.
October 2014: 

Transportation Corridor Broadcasts Toll Info

Via Highway Advisory Radio, California's Orange County now tells motorists without toll accounts how to pay.

Penn Turnpike Hosts Info Radio for New Flight 93 Memorial

The National Park Service uses trusty Travelers Information Stations on the Pennsylvania Turnpike to help motorists find the new Flight 93 Memorial crash site in remote Pennsylvania.

In-Vehicle Radio Ranks Well Compared with Cell Phones

A new study shows that radio presents one of the least distracting means of getting messages in front of drivers.

See The Source newsletter for October 2014.

See more 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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