In the Catholic Radio Group at Linkedin.com – Steve Gajdosik of the Catholic Radio Association reports:
The FCC has announced an application window for 67 noncommercial allotments in the commercial band. These are full power noncommercially licensed allotments in the commercial FM band, i.e., 92.1 – 107.9 mHz, operating at 6,000 to 100,000 watts. Read more at FCC
These are great opportunities to obtain license from the FCC for just the minimal cost involved in preparing the technical and legal elements of the application!
These permits will be acquired and used by someone to broadcast public radio, Protestant radio or the fullness of the Faith. Who, is up to you.
Time is of the essence. The application window is February 19-26.
A list of frequencies is available on the FCC’s website or from the CRA.
Contact the CRA for maps and to discuss the most effective strategy to acquire these permits.
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