Tag Archives: LPFM

Non-Commercial Radio – what is a “Commerical”?

FM stations below 92 Mhz and LPFM stations are not allowed to sell advertising.  At least one LPFM station I’ve visited recently appears to be blatantly ignoring this rule.  [For the record, I oppose limiting the free speech rights of radio … Continue reading

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LPFM – Should you care?

Low Power FM is a new radio service created by the FCC in 2003, and the movement picked up speed near the end of the Bush Administration.  Low-Power FM licenses non-profit entities to set up a 100 watt (or less) … Continue reading

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Low Power FM and Translators

The FCC has changed some of the rules for radio stations, and as a result Low Power FM (LPFM) stations and translators are now included in the online database. Low Power FM stations are FM stations licensed to serve a … Continue reading

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