LPFM 2014: Low-Power Stations Ramp Up
We’re at a time of great change on the U.S. FM band, with the Federal Communications Commission moving to approve hundreds — perhaps thousands — of new low-power stations. It’s the topic of “LPFM 2014,” the sixth in Radio World’s successful
• RW news contributor Randy Stine dives into the recent special LPFM application window. How many did the FCC receive? How many stations do experts think will be approved? What’s next? He also talks to existing broadcasters about their concerns.
• Michi Bradley of REC Networks has a front-row seat to the LPFM process. We asked her to dig into the data results a bit more and uncover interesting tidbits, such as where the most MX applications for a given market are to be found.
• Eliza Krigman interviews managers of several established LPFMs with a range of formats, to learn what makes for a successful operation.
• And in a special report, Dan Slentz, an LPFM veteran, offers tips for “newbies” who must set out to build a studio and RF chain. How to get the most for your money? What common errors should you avoid?
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