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Information Radio Stations (TIS/HAR) •  Advisory Signage  •  Specialized Products/Services
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State-of-the-Art Stations
See who is upgrading their stations and a summary of new capabilities to improve your information radio service.
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AAIRO - a Professional Association for Information Radio Station Operators, Licensees and Interested Others

The American Association of Information Radio Operators, founded in 2008, invites your membership. Belonging is free and offers many professional benefits, including no-charge broadcast message recording described at the link below. See the group's mission here. See who else belongs and sign up.

Recording Services

Our professional voices can help ensure that your broadcasts sound crisp, current and professional. The free services for AAIRO members as well as commissioned recording services are described on this webpage.

Report NOAA Station Problems to the National Weather Service

Did you know the National Weather Service (NWS) has a way for you to report if your 'All Hazard' System is off the air or experiencing quality issues? If your system has a NOAA Specific Area Message Encoding radio receiver and you discover the NWS station that sends audio to your area is either down or distorted, it's important to report the problem to the NWS immediately. Such issues affect your broadcasts directly. Click here to go to a spot on the National Weather Service website to report problems.

Share Ideas
Would you like to interact with other information radio station operators and owners? If so, let us know. We'll send you contact info for operators with stations like yours. Our clients tend to fall into the below categories; for example, here's a list of emergency advisory stations across the country.
  • Bridges, Port Authorities, Points of Entry.
  • Colleges, Universities & Schools.
  • Federal, State & Local Governments.
  • Highway & Scenic Byways.
  • Military Bases.
  • Tourist Destinations, e.g.,, Historic Sites, National Parks, Visitor Centers.

Tout Your Station

Has your station been used during the past year for big events or emergencies? Has it been mentioned by external media? Do you have a successful station-management plan? If so, we'd love to produce a case study about your application to share with other operators. Why not show off a little? It could help others tasked with reaching all constituents, including motorists. See other case studies a here then email us right away. We'll tout your station.
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Station Management Tips
How to Keep Your Station  'State of the Art'

Keep or make your station technologically current with these upgrades.