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12036
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On 10 April 1922, the United States Department of Commerce issued a commercial license to radio station WBT, located in Charlotte. The first of such licenses to be granted anywhere in the South, WBT was successful in their endeavors and expanded into a new, multi-million dollar facility as of 1955. Containing over 47,000 square feet of floor space, the building is equipped with every electronic device necessary for modern radio and television broadcasting.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 25 Issue 5, July 1957, p23-24, 26, il
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Record #:
24179
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Batanga.com, located in Greensboro, is a radio web site that caters to those who enjoy Latin music. The site features genres such as tango, flamenco, salsa, and even classic rock, all in Spanish. The author interviews the owners of the business to find out why they have been so successful in Greensboro.
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24406
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This article discusses radio stations in North Carolina’s biggest cities and how they compete with each other for advertisers and listeners. It also discusses broadcast groups and how they buy and transform radio stations, as well as discussing the overall trends in the radio market.