FCC Allows Pirate To Stay On The Air?

Laurence Glavin lglavin@mail.com
Tue Feb 6 15:23:06 EST 2007

>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Bill O'Neill" 
>To: "Roger Kirk" 
>Subject: Re: FCC Allows Pirate To Stay On The Air?
>Date: Mon, 05 Feb 2007 19:35:28 -0500

>It makes little sense that a "pirate" would be granted STA unless 
>there are special circumstances, e.g., legitimate filing issues and 
>failure to follow protocol.

>Bill O'Neill

I too was surprised to read about this on allaccess.com;  I'm 
assuming this area of Nevada is not particularly loaded with
FM signals, and it shouldn't give too much hope to the folks running
the pirate on 106.1 in Dorchester/Mattapan.
(Hey it's two weeks since the El Globo story and the FCC
hasn't shut them down yet..."Touch FM" I mean; could it be that Saturday's 
edition of the paper is the least-read of the week?)

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