What's New on the Microradio Implementation Project website?
FCC public notice for window four LPFM applicants
Urgent NoticeFCC shuts down systems for maintenance this weekend
FCC releases partial list of accepted Window Four LPFM applications
LPFMwhat's next: a summary for applicants
Second anniversary for LPFM: What we have to celebrate
U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. circuit rules unconstitutional ban on unlicensed broadcasters
Would you like to know who applied for LPFM in your state? Are they legitimate?
FCC announces list of accepted third window LPFM applicants, petition to deny and minor amendment deadline
Media advocacy and reform groups list
Warning about consultants offering help in sorting out your mutual-exclusivity
FCC receives petition for reconsideration regarding the creation of a low power radio service
Low Power FM: The People's Voice
FCC Adopts Revised LPFM Order; Codifies Third Adjacent Channel Interference Protection Standards
An LPFM Dream in the Making
Radio interviews with five of first 255 grantable LPFM stations, and other initiatives
National Public Radio Receives Full and Fair Response from the FCC
Summary of Federal Communictions Commission on Low Power Radio Reconsideration Order
Low Power FM Equipment Guide
Low Power FM Equipment Guide (.pdf)
Low Power FM Reconsideration Order with Commissioners Statements (.pdf)
Finding geographic coordinates and ground elevations
Filling out FCC form 318 section V: Engineering Specs
FCC Licensing Windows and State Clusters
Creative Low Power FM Radio Initiatives
Welcome to the Microradio
Implementation Project, created to help you learn more about low power FM
radio. Because we were called into action in January 2000, we are coordinating
much of our work with national organizations involved with community broadcasting
and special constituent groups. You will find references to them in this web site.
Thank you for your patience in waiting for us to appear here. We have been very
involved in answering calls and queries from throughout the nation via all technologies
possible, so now we can offer this site as an additional resource. Weekly updates
will be in the offing as well as amplification in its design. We welcome your
comments and ideas for what we should post.
and education about low power radio development and licensing process
and teleconferencing where possible on the license and filing process, program
planning, and emerging technology. We are compiling lists of groups in regional
clusters to determine when and where and for whom we will organize a workshop.
Do let us know if you want one where you are.
Booklet on how to
apply for a FCC low power FM radio license, produced by the Media Access Project
and sample application form.
Booklet on community
radio production and programming once you have the license and are in construction
of the station (in development). In the meantime you can access the materials
offered by Internet Online Casino (www.ibcsbobet.com), the National Federation of Community Broadcasters (www.nfcb.org),
Prometheus Radio Project (www.prometheus.tao.ca),
the National Minority Media and Telecommunications Project (e-mail: email@example.com),
the Committee on Democratic Communications of the National Lawyers Guild (www.nlgcdc.org),
others referred in future website updates. We are also being contacted by some
very creative church and community radio producers who are offering ideas for
no- budget radio production which we will share with you soon.
Referrals to lawyers,
engineers, technicians, and people who have community radio experience particularly
in your special interest area. We are identifying reliable and credible professional
in these areas who will offer advice on a pro bono or reasonable fee basis. Please
be wary of people who are offering services at exorbitant fees. No one should
be charging thousands of dollars for a license search or station set-up.
and advocacy for community-based communications and FCC rulings.
FAQ’s on FCC licensing
procedure. E-mail or call them into us and we will answer and post.