Sunday, 30 December 2012

[creative-radio] Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to have its own community radio station

 

Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) to have its own community
radio station
http://topuniversityintheworld.net/ignou-to-have-its-own-community-radio/
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December 27, 2012
New Delhi: The headquarters of the Indira Gandhi National Open University
(IGNOU) will soon have its own community radio which shall serve listeners
under the radius of 8 to 10 kilometers. It is hoped that the radio can be
used to broadcast issues pertaining to rational thinking, gender issues
and various other situations that can be brought forward for the community
welfare.

The statement was announced during the three-day national seminar,
beginning today, on 'Radio and Equitable Education to all' in the
convention centre at the IGNOU headquarters, organized by the Distance
Education Programme- Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (DEP-SSA), which is an
IGNOU-MHRD initiative, in collaboration with UNICEF, National Institute of
Open Schooling (NIOS), Central Institute of Indian Languages (CIIL) and
Commonwealth of Learning (COL).

Prof. Vijitha Nanayyakara, Vice Chancellor, Sri Lanka Open University,
during his speech as a guest of honour, emphasized that, "India is far
ahead of Sri Lanka in the utilization of radio in education. Sri Lanka is
in the process of using radio as new distance learning initiative."

He stated that for equitable education we have to adopt a holistic
approach keeping in view the social, cultural and political factors. "The
Sri Lankan Broadcasting Corporation had started educational programmes for
the school curriculum through local TV which has been a great success.
Radio is comparatively a more cost-effective medium which can impart
education at primary and secondary level," he added.
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Saturday, 29 December 2012

[creative-radio] EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY #CKLB #RADIO #YZF #NWT WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

 

RT @northern_clips: EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY #CKLB #RADIO #YZF #NWT WILL BE
OFF THE AIR UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE http://ow.ly/gqwkd Thanks @pmharper
#CDNpoli

As with most publicly funded Aboriginal organizations, The Native
Communications Society of the NWT relies heavily on both Federal and
Territorial government funding to deliver our Radio and Television
programming to the people we serve. As of December 21, 2012 we have
received neither a contribution agreement nor the funding we were for the
2012 fiscal year, a full nine months overdue.

Because of this, we have no choice but discontinue our Broadcasting service.

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, CKLB RADIO WILL BE OFF THE AIR UNTIL FURTHER
NOTICE.

If you wish to show your support or have any inquiries regarding this
situation, please contact your MLA's, or the Federal government
officials listed.

The contact information for all relevant government officials is
listed below.

In the meantime, from all of us here at NCS, we'd like to wish all our
listening audience a safe and happy holiday season, and the best for
the New Year.

The Hon. James MOORE, P.C., B.A., M.A.
Minister of Canadian Heritage
PARLIAMENTARY ADDRESS
Telephone: 613-992-9650
Fax: 613-992-9868
E-Mail: james.moore@parl.gc.ca
House of Commons
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 0A6

Danielle Bouvet
Director, Aboriginal Affairs Branch
Canadian Heritage
Aboriginal Peoples' Program Directorate
15 Eddy Street
Gatineau, Qu├ębec, K1A 0M5
Email: Danielle.Bouvet@pch.gc.ca
Tel: 819-997-6451
Fax: 819-953-2673

Nicholas Moore
Program Officer
Aboriginal Peoples' Program
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Government of Canada
15 Eddy Street
Gatineau, QC K1A 0M5
Tel: 819-934-2585
Fax: 819-953-2673

Michael Nadli
MLA / Deh Cho
P: 867-669-2268; F: 867-873-0276
Michael_Nadli@gov.nt.ca

Robert Bouchard
MLA / Hay River North
Phone: 867-669-2250; Fax: 867-873-0276
robert_bouchard@gov.nt.ca

Robert C. McLeod
MLA / Inuvik Twin Lakes
Phone: 867-669-2366; Fax: 867-873-0431
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Jackson Lafferty
MLA / Monfwi
Phone: 867-669-2344; Fax: 867-873-0481
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Daryl Dolynny
MLA / Range Lake
Phone: 867-669-2244; Fax: 867-873-0276
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Tom Beaulieu
MLA / TuNedhe
Phone: 867-669-2399; Fax: 867-873-0274
tom_beaulieu@gov.nt.ca

Wenday Bisaro
MLA / Frame Lake
Phone: 867-669-2274; Fax: 867-873-0276
wendy_bisaro@gov.nt.ca

Jane Groenewegen
MLA / Hay River South
Phone: 867-669-2292; Fax: 867-873-0276
jane_groenewegen@gov.nt.ca

David Ramsay
MLA / Kam Lake
Phone: 867-669-2377; Fax: 867-873-0388
david_ramsay@gov.nt.ca

Kevin Menicoche
MLA / Nahendeh
Phone: 867-669-2294; Fax: 867-873-0276
kevin_menicoche@gov.nt.ca

Norman Yakeleya
MLA / Sahtu
P: 867-669-2270; F: 867-873-0276
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Bob Bromley
MLA / Weledeh
Phone: 867-669-2272; Fax: 867-873-0276
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Bob McLeod
MLA / Yellowknife South
Phone: 867-669-2311; Fax: 867-873-0385
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Glen Aberneathy
MLA / Great Slave
Phone: 867-669-2388; Fax: 867-873-0306
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Alfred Moses
MLA / Inuvik Boot Lake
Phone: 867-669-2282; Fax: 867-873-0276
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Frederick Blake Jr.
MLA / MacKenzie Delta
Phone: 867-669-2285; Fax: 867-873-0276
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Jackie Jacobson
MLA / Nunakput
Phone: 867-669-2234; Fax: 867-873-0273
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Michael Miltenberger
MLA / Thebacha
Phone: 867-669-2355; Fax: 867-873-0596
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MLA / Yellowknife Centre
Phone: 867-669-2265; Fax: 867-873-0276
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Saturday, 22 December 2012

[creative-radio] ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNICATION RIGHTS IN TUNISIA

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From: AMARC <secretariat@si.amarc.org>
Date: 21 December 2012 18:54
Subject: [Amarc-info-en] NATIONAL ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNICATION
RIGHTS IN TUNISIA
To: Amarc-info-en@lists.amarc.org


Following the mission of the World Association of Community Radio
broadcasters (AMARC) and the Syndicat Tunisien des radios libres (STRL) we
request your support to the National Advocacy Campaign for Communication
Rights in Tunisia.

To confirm your support contact secretariat@si.amarc.org

Best regards

Syndicat Tunisien des radios libres (STRL)
International Secretariat of AMARC
____________________________________________

**

*NATIONAL ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN FOR COMMUNICATION RIGHTS IN TUNISIA*

* *

- Considering that the "right to communication for all," that is, for
all citizens, men and women, is now at the forefront of demands and
demonstrations for democratization and development in Tunisia, and that
this represents both the right to information and the right to produce
information, as established in international documents on human rights to
which Tunisia is a signatory;****
- Considering that community radio is a powerful tool for sustainable
human development and the social inclusion of women, peasants, the poor,
youth, immigrants, and the handicapped, and that community radios build
public space for debate in which different actors express themselves and
discuss with the objective of participating in social change and deepening
democracy;****
- Recalling that associative and community radio and production groups
now on Internet are essential actors in the defence of human rights, press
freedom and democracy in Tunisia;****
- Noting that community actors are confronted with obstacles that slow
down the development of community and local media in Tunisia, among others:
the absence of financial support, the lack of technical equipment and
training, the prohibitive costs for broadcasting set by the *Office
nationale de télédiffusion* (ONT), the national broadcasting agency),
and the absence of legal status for community radios;****

** **

Gathered together in Tunis to highlight some of the results and
recommendations of the diagnostic mission of media actors initiated by the
World Association of Community Radios (AMARC), an associate member of
UNESCO, and the *Syndicat tunisien des radios libres* (STRL, the Tunisian
association of free radios), the community and local media actors
broadcasting in the FM band and via Internet (Web radio), the Web radio
projects, civil society organizations and freedom of expression advocates
here present:****

** **

- Consider that the first results of this mission made it possible to
observe that, on the eve of the second anniversary of the revolution,
Tunisian citizens, especially in the outlying regions of the country,
continue not to have access to diversified and pluralistic news and
information, and this despite the existence of dozens of citizen
initiatives and an obvious availability of frequencies; ****
- Take note of the urgent need to set up a national advocacy strategy
promoting freedom of expression for a pluralistic and diversified media
landscape, and specifically to demand status for community radios that
would allow citizens to exercise their right to communication. This
advocacy includes spportings the recommendations of the general report of
the Instance nationale pour la reforme de l;information et de la
communication )INRIC, National Instance for Reforming Information and
Communication);****
- Call for the recognition of associative and community media without
discrimination of any kind;****
- Call for the implementation of public policies aimed at promoting and
strengthening community radio in all sectors of the population;****
- Call for institutional and legislative guaranties that associative and
community radio licenses will be granted fairly, taking into account the
resources of civil society and the expectations of the public with respect
to these public interest media;****
- Call upon public institutions to end spectrum frequency monopoles in
the the Tunisian territory and this on the framework of the right to
production of information by all operators;****
- Call on non-governmental organizations, intergovernmental agencies and
cooperation agencies to offer substantial support to associative and
community radio broadcasting in order to accompany the expectations held by
Tunisian social movements and youth;****

** **

** **

** **

Tunis, December 18th, 2012****

** **

*To support the proposal with your signature write to: secretariat @
si.amarc.org*

* *

*List of radios, web radios and civil society organizations signing so far
the declaration*

** **

Radio Saada Chaambi (web) ****

Radio Houna Elgasrine (web) ****

Radio 3R (web) ****

Radio Karama (fm) ****

Radio Sawt el Manajem,****

Radio Arbata (web) ****

Radio Djerid FM (web) ****

Tozeur (fm) ****

Radio Nefzawa (projet webradio) ****

Radio Jektiss (web)****

Radio kssour ****

Cap FM (fm)****

Syndicat national des radios libres, STRL,****

Radio 6, (fm)****

Ana Tounsi, (projet webradio)`****

Radio Chaabi, (Projet webradio) ****

Radio Carthage Fm (projetweb)****

Radio Oxygene fm Bizerte ****

Radio Kif FM;****

Oxfam, Tunis****

ONG Agora, ****

La voix des autres, Gafsa.****

Centre de Tunis pour la liberté de la presse, Tunis;****

Search for common ground, Tunis****

Association liberté et développement****

Observateur national de la jeunesse****

Ligue Tunisienne des droits de l'homme, LTDH****

e-joussour Portail de la société civile Maghreb Machreck****

Coordonnateur du groupe de partenaires techniques et financiers en appui au
secteur des médias tunisiens;****

Association mondiale des radiodiffuseurs communautaires AMARC.****

Instance nationale pour la réforme de l'information et de la communication
(INRIC)****

** **

** **

*International Support to Community Radios in Tunisia*

** **

VALCOM, CEFAM, Marmédias, (France);****

Association québécoise des organismes de coopération internationale AQOCI,
(Québec);****

Réseau des radios rurales et locales des Comores;****

Panos Afrique de l'Ouest - IPAO, (Sénégal)****

Radio Zanzan Bondoukou (Côte d'Ivoire)****

Radio communautaire et rurale Bonga (RCB FM)****

Association des radios communautaires du Canada (ARC)****

Agora Côte d'Azur (06-France)****

CJPN, Fredericton, (N.B.) Canada****

Michel Delorme, Radio Enfant, (Canada)****

Confédération nationale des radios associatives, CNRA, (France)****
**

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[creative-radio] Reuters Institute for the Study of #Journalism #Fellowship Now Open!

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[creative-radio] Resource: “The Growing Pains of Community Radio in Africa: Emerging Lessons Towards Sustainability” by Peter da Costa

Resource: "The Growing Pains of Community Radio in Africa: Emerging Lessons
Towards Sustainability" by Peter da Costa

This 14-page study discusses community radio as a strategy for deepening
participation and community ownership. According to the author, evidence
suggests that beyond empowering communities, community radio can catalyse
behaviour change and impact positively on wider development outcomes. In
practice, the record has been mixed, with sustainability a critical
challenge. Only in a handful of cases have previously aid-dependent radio
stations become sustainable.

The report explains that community radio has grown exponentially in Africa
and elsewhere and is harnessed in many ways by different social actors.
Yet, the proliferation of radio stations, particularly since the airwaves
began to be liberalised in the 1990s, represents both progress and
challenge.

The study outlines several lessons to be learned from experiences and
studies in community radio. First, what emerges is a negative correlation
between excessive dependence on external funding and sustainability. A
central coordination mechanism that provides technical support and delivers
capacity building in key areas of need is also essential and more needs to
be invested in such service centres. It is further argued that ultimately,
sustainability transcends the financial to include 'social' and
'institutional' dimensions. While all three are mutually reinforcing, each
represent critical pillars around which communities must build and grow
their radio stations if these are to endure as vehicles of social change.

The document is available for download at
http://www.comminit.com/clickthru/0c4972d02b440ae0e60ae45bd09c142c?node=9296974
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[creative-radio] MESSAGES FROM THE REFUGEE PROTEST CAMP ORANIENPLATZ TO THE UNHCR IN BERLIN

 

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MESSAGES FROM THE REFUGEE PROTEST CAMP ORANIENPLATZ TO THE UNHCR IN BERLIN
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/2981

"I don't tell my story to receive compassion but because it's the truth.
No doubt about that I'll still continue to fight."

Seif Ibrahim had built his life in Lybia. As the uprising came he was kept
in Bir el Ghanam by the Lybian governmental troops and like many Sudanese,
was forced to enroll to fight the rebels. After he denied he was tortured
for 22 days. During that time all the inmates were threatened by the
soldiers to be raped. He was every day repeatedly drowned in water and
beaten on every part of his body. The consequences of this torture
continue to affect Seif today. He has broken teeth and often collapses and
looses consciousness. On June 22, 2012 he succeeded to take a boat to
Lampedusa, Italy. "This was not the end for my problems but the new
beginning of them". Through the Refugee Camp of Manduria (Taranto) Seif
was transferred to an improvised camp for refugees managed as a family
business in Ceccano (Frosinone). There he spent months only sleeping and
eating, not being allowed to go out, to learn language or to receive
medical care. Accusing heavily the physical problems coming from the
torture he had suffered, Seif protested by starting a hunger strike. After
three days he was taken the first time to a hospital. There he was
provided with no interpreter. The only translations were made occasionally
by a nurse from Maghreb. Exasperated by the impossibility of receiving
proper treatment for his sufferings, Seif started a protest which ended
him two weeks in psychiatrical confinement, without any kind of other
therapy other than tranquilizers. The end of Seif's experience in Italy
came about when the person in charge of the home said to him: "you are
expelled". She then gave him a ticket to Milan telling him to leave the
country. He arrived one day at the end of October to Berlin Oranienplatz
Refugee Protest Camp.

Yasser Abdullah, Mawda, Montasir (12), Miaad (5), Mohamed (1) have been 5
years in flight. Yasser has been a soldier in North Sudan. In 2007 he
receives a letter from the Sudanese army to go to fight the rebels in
Darfur. He did not accept it. To refuse would result in imprisonment and
maybe torture, and therefore decided to escape with his family. He made a
living in Lybia until the conflict in 2011 began. He sold his car and
jumped with his wife and two children into a boat with 450 persons. They
landed in Lampedusa and through the camp of Manduria, they were sent to an
asylum managed by a cooperative of social service. After 5 months not
satisfied with the accommodation and the long wait for answers for their
asylum case, him and his wife started protesting with a hungerstrike. Then
something inexplicable happened. While Yasser was called to the police
station, social workers took his wife and children away from him and bring
them to a catholic center for women. For two weeks he was deprived of any
chance to communicate with them, and then was only allowed to see them two
times a month under surveillance of a social worker. The reason alleged:
he wouldn't be a good father for having put the family in danger crossing
the sea. After 4 months he decided to organize their escape, he gathered
his family and fled to Germany

Mohamed Abdien escaped from Dwem through the desert, due to political
persecution. He took part in 2010 in a social opposition movement against
the Sudanese Government. He was arrested once and tortured, so when the
security forces of the Government came looking for him again he did not
wait for them and he left the country.
First destination was Tripoli, in Lybia. For 10 months he received support
from the Sudanese community and was able to make a living, until the civil
war began making it impossible to live there for anyone.
Abdien arrived to Italy in Lampedusa on June 22, 2011. He had a first
identification interview where photos and fingerprints were taken.
Immediately he was transferred to the Refugee Camp of Manduria (Taranto).
For one month Abdien was living in tents without the possibility to have a
shower, insufficient meals and no interpreter: "treated as animals". After
he started a protest together with some other inmates of the camp he was
then transferred to Monza in the former Hotel "Fantello", now vacant and
used as a refugee camp by the cooperative "Aeris". He remained there 3
months before his asylum case even began. He then had his first interview,
followed by another appointment in 7 months to go on with his asylum
procedure. He describes the life during these months; "just eating and
nothing more". This means only 2 meals: breakfast and lunch, no money at
all, no language courses and no health care.
At the end of the 7th month he succeeded to have his asylum procedure
completed. He finally received refugee status and a permit of stay for 5
years. He asked what are his rights now. The answer was: no school, no
housing program, no social income, no job for you. He was suggested to go
to night shelters for homeless people, only open from 8 pm till 7 am. For
meals he had to go to the soup kitchen in the Caritas. He decided to leave
Italy and to try to open a new asylum case in Germany.

Ahmad escaped in 2003 from a Refugee Camp in Darfur, through the desert to
Lybia. After 8 years of living a worthy life working in agriculture, he
was then forced to escape again from the Lybian war in 2011. Ahmad arrived
in April in Sicily. Arrested without documents, the police brought him to
CIE (Identification and Expulsion Center) in Crotone, where he spent 9
months in detention without reason. Post his request for asylum, he only
had 2 interviews, receiving no answers. From this point onwards he started
to suffer psychological stress. He escaped to Rome asking for asylum
again, without success. He then began living on the streets for 3 months.
As he continued to pursue his rights to asylum, medical care,
accommodation, he only received answers: to sleep on the street and to eat
at the soup kitchen of the Caritas. When he realized the Italian Foreign
Office was preparing to bring him back to the detention center in Crotone
he decided to escape. "What's unacceptable for me is that the European
Countries, after waging and profiting the war in Lybia, don't accept us to
come here. I'd never have come to Europe if my life if Lybia had not been
destroyed by that war."

We Asylum Seekers and Refugees from the Protest Camp of Berlin
Oranienplatz we are here to put to the UNHCR our questions and demands. As
was already acknowledged in the case of the violation of the asylum rights
in Greece:

Why the UNHCR refuse to take position against the entire Dublin 2 System?
Is only Greece the problem? Do asylum rights in Hungary, Poland and Italy
exist?

It is well known, and the Asylum seekers better then any other, that there
is no "THIRD SAFE COUNTRY". Are we living safe in Germany under constant
threat of being deported?

TIME TO STOP WITH DEPORTATIONS

TIME TO FINISH WITH DUBLIN 2, 3 AND

WITH ANY OTHER PERSECUTION OF REFUGEES
Refugee Protest Camp Oranienplatz

Dublin II: Deportation to Italy, deportation into homelessness!
http://thevoiceforum.org/node/2973

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[creative-radio] New Delhi Call: Training Workshop for Women Community Broadcasters, 19-22, January 2013

 

Call for applications for Training Workshop for Women Community
Broadcasters, 19-22, January 2013, New Delhi

AMARC Asia Pacific, Community Radio Forum of India and the UNESCO Chair
on Community Media are jointly organising a training workshop for Women
Community Radio Broadcasters of South Asia from 19-22 January 2013 in New
Delhi, India. The objective of the workshop is to impart knowledge,
conceptual clarity as well as practical and technical skills to enhance
capacity of the participants for producing effective radio programs on
issues and subjects related to climate change adaptation, food security,
disaster risk reduction, poverty reduction, empowering of the
marginalized, conflict resolution, peace-building, and promoting positive
social change at local community levels.

Interested women community radio broadcasters working in Afghanistan,
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka are
invited to apply for participating in the training workshop by filling in
the [...] application form. For further information about the workshop,
please visit: http://ap.amarc.org/node/51

Who can participate?

Capacity Building Training for Women Community Radio Broadcasters of South
Asia welcomes participation of women radio broadcasters from Afghanistan,
Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Participants will be given the opportunity to enhance their skills and be
able to go back to their community and pass on the knowledge and skills
acquired to their colleagues. Participants will be selected on the basis
of their proven ability to lead and train others. Registration is open at:
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For further information, please contact: suman_basnet@asiapacific.amarc.org

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[creative-radio] Statement on FCC student station decision

 

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From: Michi Eyre <mae@recnet.com>
Date: 30 November 2012 10:29
Subject: [Stubblefield] REC statement on FCC student station decision
To: nceorg@lists.prometheusradio.org, Stubblefield <
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REC is delighted that the FCC took our suggestion and lifted the
restrictions that were placed on proposed student operated LPFM stations.
Under the original rules, if an LPFM application by a student operated
station at an institution that already has a broacast license was mutually
exclusive with other LPFM applicants, the student application would be
dismissed.

As we have seen with KUSF and many other student stations that have seen
their fate set in the past decade as universities downsize their
broadcasting and journalism programs, LPFM is an affordable way to maintain
some form of over-the-air experience for our next generation of people in
the broadcast industry.

Under the new rules, a student operated station that is based out of an
institution that already has a FM, AM or TV station will not be dismissed
solely because of this status and will be able to now compete for points
and if necessary, share time with other LPFM stations thus increasing dial
diversity even further.

Like the FCC Chairman and many others, my first experience at a licensed
radio station was at a student-run station. In my case, as a community
volunteer. I have a place in my heart for student run radio and my
comments that made this change take place was common sense and from the
heart.

I encourage all potential student broadcast station applicants to use
myLPFM http://mylpfm.com to find their potential channels and to use Radio
Spark http://www.radiospark.org/ from Prometheus Radio Project to network
with other potential applicants as well as us who are more seasoned in the
LPFM community.

Finally, thanks to our friends at Common Frequency
http://beta.commonfrequency.org/ who filed comments in favor of our student
station proposal.

Michi Eyre
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