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Re: non-profit AND commercial radio
From: "Bob Nelson...WMWM"
> Some other college stations
> moved to the commercial part of the band (like
> WRBB and WBRS, both formerly at 91.7 and now at
> 104.9 and 100.1 respectively)...
Even though they are on the "commercial band"....they are still licensed as
"non-comms", right? Or as the FCC might clasify them...as "educational
> --- Shawn Mamros <mamros@MIT.EDU> wrote:
> > We have an example of a commercial, non-profit
> > station right close to
> > home: WHRB Cambridge, 95.3 FM, has a commercial
> > license assigned to
> > Harvard Radio Broadcasting Co., recognized by the
> > IRS as a non-profit
> > organization.
> > -Shawn Mamros
> > E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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