"Wave" of LPFM stations is expected following FCC decision

12/3/2012 | Radio Ink · Radio Business Report

The Federal Communications Commission's decision to act on thousands of FM translator applications that have lingered at the agency for nearly a decade is being met with approval by the NAB, Free Press and the Prometheus Radio Project. The action on the part of the FCC is expected to result in "a wave of new radio stations" using low-power signals, according to Brandy Doyle, policy director at the Prometheus Radio Project. Broadcasters "support faithful implementation of LCRA and look forward" to collaborating with the FCC and LPFM stations, NAB spokesman Dennis Wharton said.

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