Perusing through the Federal Communications Commission’s database of pending new Low Power FM applications, I see many worthy contenders. But I would like to be a fly on the wall when the FCC considers the following organizations. What caught my eye are their names:
Shaggers, Inc. has an application pending for a LPFM in Monroe, North Carolina.
Hands Up Inc. has asked for a signal in Girard, Pennsylvania.
Rage, Inc. is applying for a 94.1 FM license in Wasilla, Alaska.
Boocoo Inc. is filing for a signal in Evanston, Illinois at 98.3 FM.
The Max Out Foundation would like a license in nearby Springfield.
The Bakersfield Burrito Project is filing for a station in, yes, Bakersfield, California.
The Ordinary People Society hopes for a signal in Dorthan, Alabama.
Chances Are Incorporated has filed for a license in some unmentioned place in Georgia.
Apologetics Press has its eye on a frequency in Montgomery, Alabama.
Papa’s Pantry is after one in Woodstock, Georgia.
Low Key Arts Incorporated wants a station at 97.9 FM in Hot Springs, Arkansas.
The N I C E Corp of Boulder, Colorado has applied for a LPFM at 95.1 FM.
Zoo Art Radio is asking for 101.1 FM in Miami, Florida.
Big Car Media wants a low power station in Indianapolis.
Power of the Game aspires for a LPFM in Loudon, Tennessee.
Electron Benders seeks a permit in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
FAB-5 has applied for a license in Tacoma, Washington (with the assistance of Common Frequency, btw).
And last but not least . . .
. . . Rusting Sprocket Art seeks a signal in Vancouver, Washington.
Good luck to these and all other applicants.