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A lengthy article on The Deal Pipeline outlines some of the recent public radio transactions involving classical music radio stations in particular. For those of us who have monitored the deals mentioned in the piece, it’s a fascinating overview of … finish reading Classical Radio Station Deals Hint at Consolidation in Public Radio
On Tuesday night I attended a panel discussion at University of San Francisco (USF) on the topic of the past, present, and future of college radio station KUSF. I’ve been closely following the trials and tribulations of the station since … finish reading Panel Explores Past, Present and Future of KUSF
As we reflect back on 2012, there’s no clear answer about the state of college radio. In a way, college radio may be getting back to normal following a particularly dramatic 2011. Although some stations left the air this year, … finish reading 2012: A Mixed Bag for College Radio
With 2012 drawing to a close, there’s a new twist in the nearly two-year-old saga of KUSF 90.3 FM. Although the FCC has approved the license assignment from University of San Francisco (USF) to Classical Public Radio Network (CPRN), various … finish reading FCC Affirms Decision to Allow Release of Privilege Log from KUSF Letter of Inquiry
Just in time for College Radio Day, KUSF.org has resumed operations as an online-only radio station at University of San Francisco (USF). Although KUSF.org has been providing a stream of music ever since KUSF’s terrestrial signal 90.3 FM was first … finish reading Live DJs return at revamped KUSF.org
Today the FCC released its most recent list of call sign actions. Amid the alphabet soup of new and changed call signs was a familiar set of letters: K-U-S-F. As of July 20, 2012, Common Frequency has reserved the former … finish reading KUSF FM Lives on… In Oregon
Jennifer and I attended the Grassroots Radio Conference this past weekend in Urbana, IL. These are my old stomping grounds, having lived in the twin college towns of Champaign-Urbana for about 13 years until 2008. Home to the University of … finish reading Community radio broadcasters and builders converged at GRC 2012
Friends of KUSF and KUSF listener Ted Hudacko have both filed Applications for Review with the FCC, asking for further scrutiny of the transfer of the license for KUSF 90.3 FM from University of San Francisco (USF) to Classical Public … finish reading Applications for Review Filed with FCC Regarding KUSF License Transfer
The ongoing broadcasts of Classical KDFC in the San Francisco Bay Area have been made possible by a complicated series of transactions involving both commercial and non-commercial radio entities. Today the KDFC brand is owned by Classical Public Radio Network … finish reading Classical KDFC Maps Future as Los Gatos Translator Transfers to USC