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Tune in online at 7pm PST on Thursday, Jan 27th, by going to http://radioActiveradio.org

This week on resistance, remixed, lotus will be interviewing Hannah Sassaman of the Prometheus Radio Project about the work they do and their upcoming days of action for the 5 year anniversary of Low Power FM (LPFM).

From http://prometheusradio.org :

On the morning of Tuesday, February 8th, 2005, the Federal Communications Commission is inviting Low Power FM radio broadcasters and their allies to attend an important meeting in Washington, DC. We worked hard to establish the service in 2000, and five years later, the FCC wants to see how well these important news stations have survived and thrived. How can they make the service better? How can they your stations work better for you? Prometheus will organize a full day of workshops, trainings, and information sessions for Monday, February 7th. And that Monday night, February 7th, starting at 7pm, the fun begins, as we celebrate Low Power FM radio's 5th birthday! Stations from around the country will show pictures, audio clips, and stories from their wonderful stations, as we celebrate, and work together to bring community radio to every town that needs it.

We'll also hear some great music from Hannah's band, Kiss Kiss Kill!

You can add your comments or questions about this show, and find the archive of it after its done, here: http://www.livejournal.com/users/dj_lotus/
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Date:March 17th, 2008 03:01 pm (UTC)
What is the maximum transmission power to be considered a Low Power FM station?
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