American Association of Information Radio Operators AAIRO

AAIRO American Association of Information Radio Operators
  mission on the air  
  AAIRO strives to . . .
  • Sustain a Unique Medium
    Support the enhancement and protection of Information Radio, the sole medium public officials have for reaching motorists directly with localized information — often critical to saving lives.
  • Speak with One Voice
    Communicate as a group to regulatory agencies (Congress & the FCC) and related associations about issues affecting Information Radio station rule-making.
  • Learn about Relevant Issues
    Channel news and issues germane to managing Information Radio Stations.
  • Exchange Ideas with Other Operators
    Provide a networking forum members may use to exchange ideas and share information.
  • Advance Professional Expertise
    Augment operator technological development and broadcasting skills.
January News

Can you hear me now?
High water convinces Texas safety officials to flood community with additional info radio signal.

Bainbridge Island, WA: Preparing for "But When"
How will this island community stay connected to 25,000 citizens when a major incidents severs power and compromises communications?

Shutdown Showdown Produces FCC Slowdown

FCC Determines that the Need to Post Has Passed

North Plainfield NJ residents Respond to Broadcasts about Radon Testing Kits.

The Source.
See "Interpretation on the Air; Historic Sites Install 'History Stations' to Invite Visitation" by AAIRO President Bill Baker, published by InterpNEWS, Jan Feb 2019, vol 8 #1.

See also "TIS Stations Play Important Part in Fire Situations, Ten-Watt Travelers' Information Stations Have a Critical Role in Community Safety," by AAIRO President Bill Baker, published by RadioWorld, Oct 24, 2018.