New Site ScannerFrequencies.com Offers Directory of U.S. Radio Frequencies

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Recently launched ScannerFrequencies.com allows users to search and browse through more than 2 million radio frequencies around the United States. Users can quickly find scanner frequencies and tune in to local channels at their convenience.

Listening to police scanners is one powerful tool that citizens have to stay informed about the goings-on in their cities. But until now it could be difficult to find the local frequencies necessary to listen. It was this gap in the market that inspired the launch of ScannerFrequencies.com, which is now live.

Says ScannerFrequencies founder Johnny, "We are pleased to be able to offer this service to radio enthusiasts around the country. Having local frequencies available all in one, easy-to-access place will be a real benefit for our users."

Users can easily search through scanner frequencies in any part of the country. The site already has listings in all 50 states and continues to add more every day. The directory does not only cover police scanner frequencies, but other local radio frequencies as well. Some users choose to add their own radio frequencies for communication and outreach purposes.

ScannerFrequencies.com aims to be the first place police scanner enthusiasts turn for information about their local channels. With a robust directory of scanner frequencies, citizen journalists as well as those with a general interest in police activity can quickly find the exact information they need. The site is currently live and free to use for anyone interested.

ABOUT SCANNER FREQUENCIES: Scanner Frequencies is a radio communications database with around two million radio frequencies spanning the entire United States. Search by state or county to lookup FCC license data and latitude and longitude information for a range of services and companies. To learn more, visit scannerfrequencies.com

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