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.
February 2018 News

Snow Geese in FlightMiddle Creek, PA, Visitor Center Employes TIS for Flocking Visitors
Flying fowl are a frequent favorite for birders who travel to PA to see hundreds of thousands of migrating waterfowl. Now a local visitor center educates visitors via radio.

Ohio's Department of Natural Resources Reaches Park Visitors
Multiple public-use areas in popular Hocking Hills State Park make it the perfect place for information radio technology and a new visitors center.

Grand Canyon & Minneopa Parks Fully Use Info Radio Technology
Grand Canyon Nat'l Park broadcasts changes during a recent government shutdown. Minneopa State Park informs roadside visitors in new bison territory.


See The Source for February 2018 for details.