NPR doesn't like low-power FM radio? Great.
April 11, 2000 10:19 AM   Subscribe

NPR doesn't like low-power FM radio? Great. LA radio sucks rocks, so I was kind of excited by the idea of having more stations pop up here that don't have to answer to a giant mother network (a la KROQ or KLOS). It's disappointing to see that NPR wants to join in with Corporate Radio. Write your congressman! Tell 'em to vote down H.R. 3439!
posted by RakDaddy (1 comment total)
From what I've read (sorry no url), the low-power radio proposal already approved by the FCC won't do L.A. Radio (or any BIG city) listeners any good because the already-licensed stations haven't left enough space between assigned frequencies. I guess we'll have to listen to Internet Radio stations over Pacific Bell DSL (AAAARRRRGGGGHHHH!).
posted by wendell at 11:03 AM on April 11, 2000

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