Clear channel may refer to:
- A communications channel on which only one transmitter operates at a time.
- Clear-channel stations, a regulatory category of AM (mediumwave) broadcast stations in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Bahamas, so-named because the regulations make them examples of the above over a wide geographic area for nighttime hours.
- Clear Channel Communications, a broadcasting company in the United States
- Clear Channel Outdoor, advertising company
Other articles related to "channel, clear channel":
... Buzz XM started off on channel 166 during the launch of XM, and carried shows including The Phil Hendrie Show, The David Lawrence Show, Bill Handel, Matt Drudge, The Glenn Beck Program, Bill ... Since it was a Clear Channel satellite station, the lineup was dominated mainly by Clear Channel programming ... Still, Clear Channel cancelled the show entirely and it was removed from any and all affiliates, including Buzz XM ...
... This channel is the oldest station in the Mountain Time Zone and the third oldest west of the Mississippi River ... It was the first independently-owned channel to sign-on in America ... The channel adopted its present-day call letters when United Television (then the broadcasting division of 20th Century Fox) acquired the station from Screen Gems ...
... the release of Anti-Meridian, The song "Mercenary" was submitted to the Clear Channel website where the top unsigned artists on the site will be considered for radio air ... BS2 Mercenary Army," a site that opens the music player for the clear channel contest and the page automatically refreshes every time the song finishes ...
... The majority of programming syndicated by Clear Channel is distributed through its subsidiary, Premiere Networks ... However, several Clear Channel radio shows are syndicated by their local stations without the aid of Premiere ... Talk shows of this type are generally broadcast through Clear Channel Satellite music programs of this type are generally prerecorded and distributed ...
Famous quotes containing the words channel and/or clear:
“There is the falsely mystical view of art that assumes a kind of supernatural inspiration, a possession by universal forces unrelated to questions of power and privilege or the artists relation to bread and blood. In this view, the channel of art can only become clogged and misdirected by the artists concern with merely temporary and local disturbances. The song is higher than the struggle.”
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“I am ... willing to make it clear that American foreign policy must uphold the sanctity of international treaties. That is the cornerstone on which all relations between nations must rest.”
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