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Prometheus to Help LPFM Applicants

Prometheus to Help LPFM Applicants

An LPFM advocacy group, the Prometheus Radio Project, has responded to the FCC’s report to Congress that no harmful interference would result if 3rd adjacent channel protections were dropped to fit in more LPFM frequencies.
The group says such a chance could result in “hundreds” of new LPFMs on the air.
“Convinced by the corporations’ cries of ‘interference’, Congress passed a law keeping low power radio off of most of its intended frequencies, and over 60% of the potential stations were lost,” stated Prometheus Radio Project technical director Pete Tridish.
The group intends to help groups apply LPFM stations.