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Tag Archives: Low Power FM
I am continuing to peruse the Federal Communication Commission’s latest regulations for Low Power FM stations. The FCC promises an application window around October. Some of the rules make obvious sense. Others strike me as pretty gnarly, the gnarliest among … finish reading FCC Low Power FM time sharing rules: will they work?
According to the Fifth Report and Order released in March, the FCC has started dismissing backlogged translator station applications based non ational and local caps. In that Order the FCC established caps for the number of applications a single applicant … finish reading Make way for LPFM: FCC dismisses 3000 translator station applications
Three Petitions for Reconsideration have been submitted to the Federal Communications Commission since the agency passed its fifth Low Power FM Order and announced a LPFM application window for October. One is filed by a group called “Let the Cities … finish reading Let the Cities In! Advocates want lower powered Low Power FM
If you want to understand the Federal Communications Commission’s ground breaking Low Power FM decision, your first stop is Paul Riismandel’s nice summary of the Order, posted earlier this week. I just thought I’d rummage through the document and see … finish reading Are you “bona fide”? Eight fun factoids from the FCC’s Low Power FM decision
On Friday the FCC announced that it will take up the final implementation of the Local Community Radio Act at its November 30 open meeting. The commissioners will also consider final procedures to deal with more than 6000 pending applications … finish reading FCC to make final decisions on low-power FM expansion at November meeting
Once more into the breach for the Prometheus Radio Project, visiting the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday and again urging the agency to allow for second adjacent frequency waivers for Low Power FM stations, similar to the Commission’s rules for … finish reading Prometheus keeping flame alive on second adjacent Low Power FM
I’ve been reading through the Federal Communications Commission’s proceeding on how to reward Low Power FM radio stations to applicants. It’s pretty clear from some of the filings—the latest from the Prometheus Radio Project—that the Commission still faces some complicated … finish reading Localism and time sharing: Low Power FM faces tricky questions
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
Over the weekend the public art exhibition Radio Break opened in Los Angeles. Curated by 9 University of Southern California (USC) graduate students, the performances in this exhibit all utilize low power radio transmissions. Last weekend performances and transmissions took … finish reading Radio Break Utilizes Low Power Radio to Broadcast Art Across Los Angeles
I was talking with my pal John Anderson earlier today about how relatively muted the reaction is to the FCC’s LPFM decision on Monday. We did get a statement from Prometheus Radio Project pretty quickly. But even today, three days … finish reading Reactions to the FCC’s LPFM ruling