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Do you like math word problems?  Well, try this one.  Take the most powerful AM station in the United States, which would be 50,000 watts, and then double its power.  Next, take that station and multiply its power by 4.5.  How powerful is this station now?  The answer may be coming soon to an island in the Caribbean.

Click here to learn more about TWR's Opportunity to Increase Power from Bonaire


(Photo of Joe Barker, TWR-Bonaire Station Director)