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Re: non-profit AND commercial radio
In a message dated Fri, 2 Mar 2001 3:25:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Bob Nelson...WMWM" <email@example.com> writes:
<< 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)...
Unlike WHRB, which applied for and received a full-power commercial license, these other stations were displaced to the commercial band because of WUMB's arrival, from what I understand. WRBB is still operating at Class D status, if I recall; I am unsure of WBRS' power, though I'm surprised they found a frequency after being bumped, being so close to the city.
--- 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
> -Shawn Mamros
> E-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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