January 30, 2013
It’s been a busy week at the FCC, with the tally of newly granted low power FM (LPFM) applications now inching towards 500 (up from just over 200 at this time last week). It’s incredible to see the wide variety of organizations that are now one step closer to getting on the air. Animal advocacy groups (at least three of them!), colleges, school districts, churches, tribal groups, cities & related municipal groups, arts organizations, and social service agencies are amid the mix of 450+ organizations with granted applications.
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