You act like the people out here are going to be fair-minded and reliable, because for the most part, they are.
Is there room for community radio in my zip code? OAKLAND, CA 94609 It’s very possible! At this time, there may be room for as many as 1 new community radio station(s) in your zip code, but only with a special waiver of the FCC rules. The FCC is currently setting rules to determine when […]Read more "Is there room for community radio in my zip code? | Prometheus Radio Project"
Fascinating. I don’t think I’ve ever done anything willfully and knowingly in my life. Penalties for Operation Without A Permit or License The Commission considers unauthorized broadcast operation to be a serious matter. Presently, the maximum penalty for operating an unlicensed or “pirate” broadcast station (one which is not permitted under Part 15 or is not […]Read more "Low Power Broadcast Radio Stations | FCC.gov"
Literally, the federal agency auctions off to the highest bidder resources which should be reserved for the people, out of the hands of corporate distortion. “By using auctions, the FCC seeks to award licenses to those who value them most and who will have an incentive to use them most effectively.” via Auctions | FCC.gov.Read more "Auctions | FCC.gov"
On February 21, Clark conducted a traffic stop involving Hernandez, who was suspected of drunk driving. When Clark attempted to handcuff her, Hernandez resisted. The officer responded by using a JPX device — a weapon that uses a gunpowder charge to fire a stream of pepper spray at roughly 400 miles an hour. The JPX […]Read more "Beaumont, California Woman Blinded for ‘Contempt of Cop’ – informationliberation"
Pissed everyone off at BLR In our brave new information universe, music fans win. Podcasts, online streaming, social media … nobody needs over-the-airwaves terrestrial radio anymore. So why, then, are there still unlicensed pirate radio stations? Because it is “rebellious, illegal, exciting, and righteous,” says Meg Escudé, currently a DJ at Mutiny Radio, a pirate […]Read more "The Last Bastions of Outlaw Radio"
source March 8, 2012 Two years ago this month, the FCC got a complaint from the FAA about interference from an unlicensed station on the FM band in San Jose, Calif. One year ago this week, the Enforcement Bureau’s San Francisco Office announced a notice of apparent liability against Gabriel Garcia, with a proposed fine […]Read more "Radio World: FCC Finalizes $25,000 California Pirate Fine"