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NAB has garnered overwhelming support from Congress for AM radio, but time is running out for Congress to act.

There is overwhelming support in Congress for keeping AM radio in automobiles – more than 300 members of Congress are cosponsoring the AM Radio for Every Vehicle Act. The next step is for House and Senate leadership to bring this bill to a vote.

In a deeply partisan Washington, this bill has brought legislators of all political stripes together to protect AM radio, from Sens. Ed Markey and Bernie Sanders to Sen. Ted Cruz and House Speaker Mike Johnson.

Now is the time to get this done – Congress will be on recess (when they are home in their district offices) all of August.

Whether or not this bill passes now rests with Senate Majority Leader Schumer and Minority Leader McConnell, Speaker Johnson, House Majority Leader Scalise and Minority Leader Jeffries.

We need your listeners to text AM to 52886 and ask your members of Congress to call on House and Senate leadership to get this bill to the floor – it has the support to pass. Please air these new spots as often as possible between now and the end of August. Reach out to us at for further information.

New Spots

Spots Released June 2024

NAB has released new spots asking listeners to contact their member of Congress by texting AM to 52886, urging them to support legislation that ensures AM radio remains in cars.

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AM Radio Graphic

AM Radio Graphic for Email Signatures, Social Media Graphics and Print

High-resolution and web-friendly versions of the AM Radio graphic in full color, black, grayscale and reverse color are provided for use in email signatures, on social media, marketing emails to listeners and printed pieces.

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Preserving AM Radio in Cars

Preserving AM Radio in Cars: A Unified Call for Public Safety

In a rapidly evolving technological landscape, the critical role of AM radio in ensuring public safety shines through.

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