This is answered somewhat in this question already, and the answer is no.
And I will add some passages about the broadcasting part.
To quote the relevant rule §97.113:
§97.113 Prohibited transmissions. (a) No amateur station shall
(1) Communications specifically prohibited elsewhere in this part;
(2) Communications for hire or for material compensation, direct or
indirect, paid or promised, except as otherwise provided in these
(3) Communications in which the station licensee or control operator
has a pecuniary interest, including communications on behalf of an
employer, with the following exceptions:
(5) Communications, on a regular basis, which could reasonably be
furnished alternatively through other radio services.
(b) An amateur station shall not engage in any form of broadcasting,
nor may an amateur station transmit one-way communications except as
specifically provided in these rules;
There are commercial bands specifically for this purpose. You can apply for a license to use some frequeny exclusively, and you won't have to deal with interference. But of course you have to pay to play.