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Re: non-profit AND commercial radio


WRBB alum here.

Non-commercial, Class D, operating at power slightly less than your
toaster: 10 watts.

'RBB moved up the dial many moons ago after the Northeastern board of
trustees forgot to submit the license renewal on time for the old slot

Chris Adams

At 03:39 AM 3/2/01 EST, Sptseditor@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated Fri, 2 Mar 2001  3:25:00 AM Eastern Standard Time, "Bob
Nelson...WMWM" <bobonradio@yahoo.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
>> organization.
>> -Shawn Mamros
>> E-mail to: mamros@mit.edu
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