||Three channels away. +/- 600 kHz. 3-clicks of the dial.
||A non-commercial station (LPFM or full-power) interrupts programming to solicit funds for a non-profit organization other than the station's organization. (Such as a radiothon or a pledge break style interruption.) This activity is prohibited under FCC rules. The FCC may waive the rules in the aftermath of a major disaster.
||Travelers Information Station. A low power 10-watt AM that can be licensed under Part 90 of the FCC rules to public safety agencies and park districts that can be used to broadcast information about a local area. The most common use of TIS is at airports and in construction zones.
|transfer of control
||Notification to the FCC when one or more officers, directors or major shareholders is removed, added or changed. The corporation name and mission of the organization remains the same.