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Category Archives: LPFM
On Monday Sanjay Jolly of the Prometheus Radio Project dropped by the Federal Communications Commission’s Media Bureau offices and talked Low Power FM with Peter Doyle of the Audio Division and representatives from various Commissioners. Jolly pointed out that signal … finish reading Prometheus makes 250 watt Low Power FM proposal to FCC
We’ve reviewed LPFM applications in Los Angeles and San Francisco, so in this week’s LPFM Watch it’s time to dive into apps from the nation’s Second City, Chicago. I also take a look at the current count of applications that … finish reading LPFM Watch: 19 applications for new community radio in the Second City
It’s been a busy few days as far as news on the low power FM (LPFM) front goes. Advocates like REC Networks are analyzing the recently filed applications and are starting to find some discrepancies. Earlier this week, REC Networks … finish reading LPFM Watch: High School Radio and LPFM News Round-Up
REC Networks Questions 245 LPFM Applications Filed by Hispanic Christian Community Network President
LPFM advocate REC Networks has been cranking out reports and analysis in order to make sense of the nearly 3,000 LPFM applications that were filed in the October-November, 2013 window. In the course of that, it has been flagging applications … finish reading REC Networks Questions 245 LPFM Applications Filed by Hispanic Christian Community Network President
Low power FM (LPFM) applicants are on pins and needles as they await word about applications that were filed in the recently closed window. In order to answer some of the burning questions and give a sense of timing, today … finish reading FCC Offers Guidance for LPFM Hopefuls and Begins to Dismiss Faulty Applications
This week I’ve been largely fixated on digging into the details of LPFM applicants from all over the country. As I mentioned last week, it looks like there could be around 100 college radio groups applying for new licenses, including … finish reading College Radio Survivor: College Radio News Round-Up and LPFM Update
No less than fifteen different organizations have applied for a single Low Power FM signal in Los Angeles, California: 101.5 FM. I would not want to be the Federal Communications Commission staff person who has to decide which of these … finish reading Fifteen groups apply for one Low Power FM frequency in Los Angeles
The competition for a new low power FM (LPFM) radio license in San Francisco is even tougher than I thought. Earlier this week I took a look at the 15 applicants who are seeking LPFM licenses in San Francisco proper. … finish reading LPFM Applicants in San Francisco to Compete with East Bay and Peninsula Groups
LPFM advocates have had about four full days to mine the FCC’s database of applications from the filing window. Broadcast engineering firms Skywaves and REC Networks both put the exact count of applications at 2,799, which is fewer than the … finish reading LPFM update: making sense of 2,799 applications
Now that the FCC has loaded up its database with all of the new low power FM (LPFM) hopefuls that applied during the window earlier this month, many of us are having a field day sifting through the data to … finish reading In San Francisco, 15 Applicants Vie for New Low Power FM Radio Licenses