LPB Communications recently created a new position – director of low power systems – and appointed Enrique Lanz to the job. Universities and high schools looking into starting up a low power FM radio station often discover LPFM is more restrictive than they had thought. LPB Communications unlicensed systems can fill the need for school, church and agency radio stations. Lanz was previously manager of Latin American Sales for LPB and opened new markets and reestablished the LPB brand in Latin American. For more information, visit www.lpbinc.com on the World Wide Web.
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