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Lists of radio stations in North America

The following is a listing of radio stations in North and Central America:

Canada

Canada has approximately 2,000 originating radio stations, not including rebroadcast transmitters. National radio networks include CBC Radio One, CBC Radio 2, Première Chaîne, Espace musique and Aboriginal Voices. Major ownership groups include Standard(Astral), Astral, CHUM(CTV Globe), Corus, Rogers, Rawlco, CTV Globe,and Newcap.

See also List of radio stations in Canada.


United States

As of August 2007, the FCC had licensed 4779 AM stations and 9159 FM stations (6279 commercial and 2880 educational).


Mexico

Central America

The Caribbean

Notes and references

See also

External links

  • India Broadcasting
  • .us/ www.radiomap.us - American radio map - lists of radio stations in the biggest cities in North America
  • FMLIST is a non-commercial Online database of FM stations, including bandscan and logbook tool (FMINFO/myFM)
  • FMSCAN reception prediction of FM, TV, MW, SW stations (also use the expert options for better results)
  • CoolPanama.com An extended list of more than 75 online streaming radio stations from Panama
  • MWLIST worldwide database of MW and LW stations
  • Online Radio Stations - A Web Radio Tuner containing a comprehensive list of over 50.000 radio stations


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