American Association of Information Radio Operators AAIRO

AAIRO American Association of Information Radio Operators
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  AAIRO strives 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.
opioid iconJanuary 2018 News

Already-Prepared Opioid Crisis Prevention Info to Broadcast - Free to AAIRO Members

The National Safety Council has created a series of high quality messages regarding the opioid crisis specifically for broadcast on both Information Radio Stations (TIS/HAR) and conventional broadcast stations. You can receive a 30, a 60 and an infomercial (3:30) version in both natural format (to share with your local broadcast stations) and processed (for your Information Radio Station). As a member of AAIRO, copies will be sent to you at no charge. See details at the newsletter link below. Email us to get on the “send list”.

Disaster Strikes Twice

Montecito, CA, evacuated 10,000 residents, relying on radio/internet streaming to keep them informed. Learn how the District kept service online when grid power, generators and UPI power supplies went down.

Event Security 2018 Takes Nothing for Granted

What happened in Vegas shouldn't happen again. Event security at South Florida Fair uses information radio to make patrons aware of new security procedures before arriving at gates.

See The Source for January 2018 for details.