Listeners in many parts of the world, such as the United States, aren't as familiar with shortwave radio and its frequencies as are people who live in places where shortwave listening is much more common. Usually, AM and FM radio stations are located in one's local community, but listeners to shortwave frequencies are often listening to programs from transmitters located hundreds and even thousands of miles away from where they live.
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