CONTINENT OF MEDIA 05-10, November 25, 2005
	[with DXLD issues where you may read more]

*Welcome to COM 05-10, recorded November 25, 2005. COM is about media   
 around the American continent, not especially shortwave, supplement 
 to weekly World of Radio
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*Powerline communications is a dinosaur [5-199]
*Cutoff date for analog TV in US is 2009; outlook for HDTV, DXing, and 
 how to say TV in Navajo [5-195]
*Waking up an entire state for an Amber Alert on EAS [5-198]
*National Association of Broadcasters comes out against low power AM:  
 ``Save our Monopoly`` [5-201]
*Los Alamos NM, which lost its only radio station KRSN this year, now  
 has a webcasting one: [5-191]
*Radio Moshiach & Redemption, ``Lubavitcher`` pirate in Brooklyn NY on 
 1710 heard as far away as Cleveland OH:  
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*A visit to WBCQ, which amounts to a radio museum; single phase power 
 only [5-196]
*Boston`s commercial classical WCRB for sale; very valuable property. 
 Founder wanted classical format to be maintained, but may be shunted 
 to secondary HD stream [5-189, 5-203]
*Dick Gordon, formerly of The Connection on WBUR, will start new 
 national talk show in January from WUNC in North Carolina [5-190]
*Satellite guru Gary Bourgois has died [5-199]
*Government intelligence gathering adds Open Source Center, absorbing 
 FBIS; what does top secret clearance cost? [5-194, 5-197]
*That`s COM 05-10, a.k.a. World of Radio Extra 64; I`m Glenn Hauser ##