First-ever nationwide test of Emergency Alert System is today at 1 p.m. - Bring Me The News

First-ever nationwide test of Emergency Alert System is today at 1 p.m.

TV, satellite and radio broadcasters are taking part. The Minnesota Broadcasters Association is reaching out to make sure viewers and listeners know it's only a test.
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TV, satellite and radio broadcasters are taking part. The Minnesota Broadcasters Association is reaching out to make sure viewers and listeners know it's only a test.

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