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The US Congress passed new LPFM legislation, directing the FCC to change the rules, allowing more Low Power FM stations on the air.  What does this mean for LPFM?  For full-power broadcasters?  And what engineering advice does our panel of engineers have for LPFM stations?  Plus, can you regulate TV volume? Congress thinks they can.

Kirk Harnack - Executive Director, Business Development, Telos-Omnia-Axia
Tom Ray - VP, Engineering, Buckley BroadcastingWOR, New YorkW2TRR
Chris Tobin - CBS Radio, New York
Chris Tarr - Entercom, Milwaukee, GeekJedi, and Broadcast Engineering Info

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Links from the show...

LPFM info at the FCC web site

Lower Power FM Broadcasting on Wikipedia

C.A.L.M. Act signed into law

Download the podcast here...

TWiRT 64 - LPFM and CALM

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