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    Television Stations & Broadcasting Cooperatives in Missoula

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    Business Listing   Bresnan Communications Advertising Sales - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 728-4869

    Business Listing   Clear Channel Radio - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 728-9300

    Business Listing   K ECI TV - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 721-2063

    Business Listing   Kas Promotional Services - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 721-0298

    Business Listing   Kmmf TV Fox 17 - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 251-1360

    Business Listing   Kpax-Tv - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 542-4400

    Business Listing   Ktmf-Tv - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 542-8900

    Business Listing   KZOQ FM Radio - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 728-5000

    Business Listing   MCAT - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 542-6228

    Business Listing   Mountain FM 102.5 - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 542-1025

    Business Listing   University of Montana - Kufm-Tv - Missoula, MT - Phone: (406) 243-4101

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    Helpful Definition for: Television Stations & Broadcasting Cooperatives

    Television stations and broadcasting cooperatives in Missoula transmit programs over terrestrial television. They can be by analog television signals, or more recently, by digital television. The television broadcasting standards are set by the government. The stations procure license from a government agency defining the geographic area that the station is limited to and allocating the broadcast frequency for the station’s transmissions, also placing limits on what types of programs can be broadcast. This also requires the station to broadcast a minimum amount of certain programs.

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