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Centenary College to sell public radio station WNTI

Centenary College Radio Station WNTI to be sold to University of Pennsylvania’s WXPN

Today it was announced that Centenary College plans to sell the license for its public radio station WNTI 91.9 FM to University of Pennsylvania for use as another outpost for programming from its Philadelphia-based public radio station WXPN-FM. The sale price is $1,250,000. Additionally, part of the contract specifies the equivalent of $500,000 in underwriting […]

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Percentage formula for women involvement.

India’s formulas for community radio democracy

I am reading an interesting document produced by scholars at the University of Hyderabad titled the “Community Radio Continuous Improvement Toolkit.” Sponsored by UNESCO, it focuses on best practices for community radio stations around the world. The survey is quite long, but I direct your attention to the section called “Content Generation and Programming,” which […]

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Getting the KALY ready antenna for installation [photo: Prometheus Project]

Minneapolis has a Somali Low Power FM station

In the wake of the Somali civil war of the 1990s, many people from that country have migrated to Minneapolis. In fact, the city has a neighborhood called Little Mogadishu where Somali immigrants live—around 14,000 of them. Now Minneapolis also has a Low Power FM radio station that focuses on their lives and concerns. KALY-FM 101.7 FM […]

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KUSP AAA cash flow

Inside KUSP-FM of Santa Cruz’s Triple A music plan

For the last six months the community around struggling community/public radio station KUSP in Santa Cruz, California has been rethinking itself in terms of trees. Earlier this year the signal posited a host of models, among them scenarios dubbed “fig” (news), “walnut” (BBC), and “maple” (NPR on the hour). But in the end, after shedding its […]

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The Radio Conference heads to Utrecht in 2016

From July 5 to July 8, 2016 radio researchers and practitioners will gather in Utrecht, Netherlands for the next Radio Conference in a series of Transnational Radio Forums. This year’s conference has a special focus on the transnational nature of these meetings and the organizers have invited participants to emphasize the ways in which research […]

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