Feds raid pirate radio stations
Mon Apr 2 21:14:57 EDT 2018
Quite a few radios can get 87.7. FCC noted that there was no license
granted for a TV Channel 6 with audio around 87.75 MHz in that location.I
know there have been some "Franken-FMs" out there..also pirates can throw
spurious signals out, right?
On Mon, Apr 2, 2018, 8:39 PM A Joseph Ross <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Isn't 87.7 below the FM band? How many radios actually could receive it?
> On 4/2/2018 6:44 AM, Rob Landry wrote:
> > Oh, good, they finally shut down "B87.7".
> > I know some people who are going to be very happy.
> > Rob
> > On Fri, 30 Mar 2018, A Joseph Ross wrote:
> >> From MASSter List:
> >> Feds seize equipment from two pirate radio stations
> >> From David Harris at the BBJ: “Federal authorities seized radio
> >> transmission equipment from two Boston radio stations earlier this
> >> week they say had been operating without a license. According to
> >> court documents unsealed on Wednesday, one station called ‘Big City’
> >> broadcasted at times on 100.3 FM, 105.3 FM, and 101.3 FM, from
> >> Dorchester, with a studio in Roxbury. The other, called ‘B87.7 FM,’
> >> operated on 87.7 FM from Dorchester. Authorities say both were
> >> operating without a license from the Federal Communications
> >> Commission, despite multiple warnings to the operators.”
> >> BBJ
> >> <
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