This put WSAI at the leading edge of radio technology and was sufficient to send WSAI'S signal to most of North America.
But there were few who would listen to nothing but bridge games and bridge talk, so WSAI provided other entertainment.
WSAI was heard not only in most of the United States, but as far away as New Zealand, thanks in large part to the excellent transmitter site.
was established, with WSAI among its founding members.
Playing Card could advertise on other stations or national radio networks for less than it cost to operate WSAI.
The company's attorney suggested to the owner of Cincinnati's WLW that WSAI might be for sale.
In 1995, Ford, working with the National Council for Research on Women, launched a new initiative, the "Women's Studies, Area and International Studies Curriculum Integration Project" (WSAIS), designed to link programs in these three areas, encouraging the curricular inclusion of materials concerning women and gender especially in the non-Western world.
Clearly, the WSAIS project has enabled a first step in the re-education necessary in a world fraught with new dangers, and new possibilities.