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FCC Releases Broadcast Station Totals
Washington - Oct 22, 2010 - The Federal Communications Commission has announced the following totals for broadcast stations licensed as of Sept. 30, 2010:
|UHF Commercial TV||1,022|
|VHF Commercial TV||370|
|UHF Educational TV||284|
|VHF Educational TV||107|
|Class A UHF Stations||443|
|Class A VHF Stations||82|
|FM Translators and Boosters||6,161|
|UHF Low Power TV||1,860|
|VHF Lower Power TV||527|
|Low Power FM||864|
|Total Broadcast Stations||30,785|
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