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House Committee Passes Bill to Allow for More LPFM Stations – With Some Protections for Existing Broadcasters

Posted in FM Translators and LPFM
Last Thursday, the possibility of more Low Power FM (LPFM) stations came a step closer, as a subcommittee of the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce Committee passed a bill (the text of which is here) which would remove existing Congressional restrictions on the FCC adopting rules to ignore potential interference from new LPFM stations to full power… Continue Reading

Analog Television – Not Dead Yet – Not All LPTV Stations are Digital

Posted in Digital Television, Low Power Television/Class A TV, Television
Reading the papers and watching the news this weekend, one would think that analog television is a relic of the past – something that we can all soon look back at fondly as a quaint childhood memory, never to be seen again.  Yet all the reports fail to mention that for populations that watch their over-the-air… Continue Reading