radio station

  1. station for the production and transmission of AM or FM radio broadcasts
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How To Use radio station In A Sentence

  • Equally important, the government succeeded in flushing out Al-Shabaab's human intelligence out of the unregulated national telecom industry, and disrupted or shutoff their propaganda radio stations. Abukar Arman: Somalia, Dark Clouds and Silver-lining
  • The BBC local radio station is broadcasting full match commentary from 10.00 am to noon on Saturday.
  • Annie's the film critic for the local radio station, so she's got a free pass for all the cinemas in the area.
  • Spend six months wading through the Byzantine regulations and rules that radio stations must comply with to keep their licences.
  • PETA have retaliated by emailing the banned advert to hundreds of radio stations nationwide.
  • In a further attempt to remind drivers of their responsibilities, the radio station broadcasts messages from famous musicians.
  • A number of radio stations have loved their work, thus far, and play it often enough to have it chart well.
  • And because the watch knows which radio station it is receiving the information from, it can use that knowledge to reset itself.
  • The team is viewed as vigorously expansionist, and is rumoured to be prepared to look at investments in local newspapers, radio stations and new internet opportunities.
  • My first mixer was made for radio station use, and I was the only one who ever could get a sound out,’ he says.
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