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LPFM Advocates Seek LP250 Class

December 20, 2013

Two long-time low-power FM advocates want the FCC to reconsider licensing stations at higher power levels in rural areas.

Currently LPFMs are authorized to operate at between 50 to 100-watts.

 


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