The NRA should buy up all these dead LPFM stations

Being “out” in Alaska didn’t work out

One of the rules to prevent LPFM becoming viable competition against commercial radio is that licenses cannot be sold, only transferred. Any money that changes hands is limited to the value of the equipment

This entry was posted in Low Power FM. Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to The NRA should buy up all these dead LPFM stations

  1. briand75 says:

    I think what galls me most with LPFM is the distortion it underwent due to the likes of John McCain, et al. Isn’t it often the case that the altruistic intent of a program or law is turned into a mutation that causes the demise or destruction of the very idea that intent was to serve. In other words – liberalism always achieves the opposite of its stated intent (thank you Jim Quinn). LP FM has become a vehicle/channel to promote the very situation that it was designed to fight/defeat. Now, LP FM looks to be like the leaves on a tree in late fall – dead or dying but still colorful.

Leave a Reply