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LPFM Watch: No Ads on LPFM HD, San Francisco Grants, and More LPFM News

As of yesterday, the FCC has granted 1341 new low power FM (LPFM) applications from the fall 2013 filing window. As the process continues, new questions have cropped up, including queries about HD on LPFM. After some sleuthing with the FCC, Radio World reported this week that LPFM stations are not authorized to sell advertising […]

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Millbrae Radio Granted LPFM Application near San Francisco

On Monday, Millbrae Radio became the latest San Francisco Bay Area applicant to have its LPFM application granted in the recent licensing window. Originally part of a much larger mutually exclusive group of applicants, Millbrae Radio modified its application in order to achieve singleton status on the San Francisco peninsula. Its proposed station will broadcast […]

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What’s on Your Car Radio Presets?

In today’s San Francisco Chronicle, Radio Waves columnist Ben Fong-Torres revealed which San Francisco Bay Area radio stations are on his car radio’s presets. Fong-Torres writes: “I had six AM preset slots; 12 FM. I can’t even come up with six AMs anymore. I went with KNBR, KCBS, KGO, KKSF, KNBR at 1050 and … […]

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San Francisco Bay Area’s Bounty of Independent Radio Offerings

Yesterday I was excited to see that the cover story for the San Francisco Chronicle’s “pink section” was all about independent radio in the San Francisco Bay Area. Based on the cover’s headline, “Up in the Airwaves: The state of independent radio in the Bay Area,” I expected to see a comprehensive list of local […]

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Bay Area Radio Museum Gets Reprieve

Bay Area Radio Museum Saved, But Still Seeking Help

I was happy to read in Ben Fong-Torres’ Radio Waves column yesterday that the Bay Area Radio Museum has been saved. As we reported earlier this month, the online-only museum had scaled back recently under mounting costs. Well, not only has the California Historical Radio Society stepped up to provide some help; but the site’s […]

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