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Plenty of College Radio Stations in the Latest LPFM East Coast MX Groups

All this week we’ve been dissecting the FCC’s newly released list of competing groups (MX groups) for low power FM (LPFM) licenses in the Midwest and Eastern states. Amid the 111 MX groups there are a number of colleges, high schools, school districts, and academies hoping to get on the air with new LPFM stations. […]

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Louisville’s ARTxFM on way to Low Power FM license

Looks like one of our favorite Internet radio stations is poised to snag a Low Power FM license from the Federal Communications Commission. As we reported earlier in the week, the FCC has released a whole slew of Low Power FM MX Groups on the east coast—basically clusters of eligible applicants for local signals. We […]

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East coast LPFM MX Groups: some interesting bedfellows

Perusing through the Federal Communications Commission’s new list of east coast Low Power FM MX Groups, I see some interesting time sharing combinations. Before getting to them, let me translate the previous sentence into more accessible prose. MX groups are identified clusters of Low Power FM radio license applicants vying for the same frequency in […]

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College Radio Watch: Another Radio K Birthday, College Radio Day Updates, Public Radio Partnerships, and More News

It’s hard to believe that it’s September already and that the fall semester is now well underway on most college campuses. Student radio stations are recruiting new members, hosting events, and preparing for several fall college radio conferences, including CBI’s convention in Seattle and CMJ’s Music Marathon in New York City (both are in late […]

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Widener University Turns its College Radio License for WDNR Back to the FCC

On August 29, the FCC cancelled the license for Widener University’s college radio station WDNR 89.5 FM in Chester, Pennsylvania after the school turned back the license. A letter submitted by Widener’s attorney states, “…the University has opted to cancel this license as it will no longer continue to fund and operate the radio station.” […]

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Volume / Denver Public Library

Denver public library brings local band radio to the city

Denver, Colorado now has a streaming channel specializing in local bands, delivered by the city’s public library. The service in question is called “Volume”. You plug in your Denver Public Library user name or library card number and password, and you receive access to a variety of area music groups for streaming, playlisting, and/or downloading. […]

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