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Centenary College Plans to Sell License for Public-Community Radio Station WNTI

Today Centenary College announced that it plans to sell the license for its community/public radio station WNTI-FM in Hackettstown, New Jersey to another, yet to be identified, public radio station. Up until this point WNTI has been an Adult Album Alternative-focused station airing a mix of local, community-produced programming, NPR news, and syndicated shows like […]

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College Radio Watch: Protesting College Radio Takeovers + A Few New LPFM College Stations

As the end of the year approaches, I’m already starting to think about what the overarching themes of 2014 were for college radio. Like many recent years, it’s been a mix of good and bad news this year. The situation at Georgia State University’s WRAS-FM is a high profile example of public radio’s ongoing interest […]

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Upcoming Saving College Radio Events

Upcoming Saving College Radio Events

It’s encouraging to see that a number of upcoming events and conferences will be addressing the future of college radio. I will be speaking on a panel at the National Student Media Convention in October and am also hoping to moderate a panel “College Radio’s Crisis: Activism or Apathy” during the SXSW music festival next […]

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KUSF Supporters Protest at Entercom Headquarters

KUSF Supporters Protest at Entercom Headquarters

At a lunch-time protest outside Entercom’s San Francisco offices yesterday, KUSF supporters reminded their foes that the fight regarding the future of college radio station KUSF is far from over. Around 50 protesters gathered outside Entercom’s Third Street studios, voicing concerns about the corporate radio conglomerate’s role in the complicated deal that led to the […]

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Scrutiny of KUSF Deal Continues as USF and CPRN Respond to FCC's Inquiry Letter

Scrutiny of KUSF Deal Continues as USF and CPRN Respond to FCC’s Inquiry Letter

It’s been nearly seven months since the plug was pulled on the University of San Francisco (USF) terrestrial college radio station KUSF, and the FCC is still scrutinizing the pending sale of the 90.3 FM license to Classical Public Radio Network (CPRN). On August 1, USF and CPRN submitted their joint response to the FCC’s […]

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USF Granted Request to Limit Scope of FCC Inquiry into Pending KUSF Sale

University of San Francisco (USF) and Classical Public Radio Network (CPRN) are probably in the midst of scrambling to pull together documents for the FCC regarding the proposed sale of college radio station KUSF and the currently-in-place “Public Service Operating Agreement” (PSOA) which is allowing CPRN to air classical music station KDFC over the KUSF […]

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