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Encyclopedia > Cumulus Broadcasting

Cumulus Media, Inc. (also known as Cumulus Broadcasting) is a large owner of radio stations in small and medium markets in the United States with 266 stations in 56 areas as of December 31, 2003. Another 35 stations were operated through local marketing agreements as of March 1, 2004. Based in Atlanta, Georgia, the company is in a distant second place in the country behind Clear Channel Communications. Cumulus is traded on Nasdaq with the symbol CMLS.


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Cumulus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (239 words)
Cumulus clouds over ruins in Mexico, showing the puffy shape and dense occurrence typical of the clouds.
A cumulus cloud is a cloud belonging to a class characterized by dense individual elements in the form of puffs, mounds or towers, with flat bases and tops that often resemble cauliflower.
Cumulus clouds often form in anti-cyclonic weather but sometimes the descending air in the anticyclone produces an inversion layer which prevents the air rising to a height where its moisture can condense.
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