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“Extreme Similarities” of LPFM Apps Concerns Advocates

February 14, 2014

Things are heating up between some potential owners of low-power FM stations. REC Networks and other organizations representing LPFM applicants protested to the FCC about 245 applications filed by Antonio Cesar Guel and Hispanic Christian Community Network.


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