When Stern barges in on NPR...

Bob Nelson raccoonradio@gmail.com
Mon May 1 16:20:57 EDT 2006

Picture this: you're in your car listening to NPR or a local college
station when suddenly there's Mr. Baba Booey. Radio And Records
reports there are a lot of complaints about
Sirius and XM Satellite Radio intruding on stations, especially in the
non-comm part of
the dial...

http://www.radioandrecords.com/Newsroom/2006_05_01/topstory. asp

Either sat-radios come with some kind of mini-FM-transmitter (portable
sat radios)
or you can buy one, and often the only frequencies offered are between 88 and 89
MHz...so, you might be tuned in to, say, WEVS 88.3 (NPR) up in Nashua...
when suddenly Humble Howard is talking about X-rated stuff...Yes,
range for these
mini FM transmitters is supposed to be limited but maybe they're not
as limited as one would think...

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