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A radio program all about legal low power radio broadcasting in the World, as permitted by governing agencies in many countries.
For the Homeland, formerly the U.S., low power broadcasting is authorized by Part 15 of the F.C.C. Rules, which allows individual ownership and operation of AM, FM, Shortwave, Longwave and Carrier Current radio stations.
The Low Power Hour reports on the many low power radio stations in operation, the technology and equipment which empowers such broadcasting, and programming available from talented producers covering a wide range of interests.
In conjunction with the Association of Low Power Broadcasters (ALPB) and Part15.us, the Low Power Hour delivers 55-minutes per program of interviews and features for a growing number of affiliated radio stations.
RADIO STATIONS CARRYING THE LOW POWER HOUR
800 AM / 90.1 FM Leaky Cable / Independent Public Radio - London, Kentucky
950 AM / 94.9 FM - musicradio95.com - Farmington, Iowa
1000 AM / 92.1 FM - KSOL - "All Solar, Even at Night" - amradioman - Springfield, MO Area
1500 AM MRAM - Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Nightly 7 PM EST
1610 AM / 96.3 FM - Dolphin Radio - Delgado Community College, New Orleans, Louisianna
1610 AM - Banana Belt Radio - Lefty Gomez - Santa Cruz, California
1620 AM Tha Dood - Poca, West Virginia
NEXTGEN FM - Elkridge, Maryland
1640 AM Riverside Radio - Nashville, North Carolina
1650 AM / 99.9 FM The Crow Oldies Radio - McKinney, Texas Sunday 8 AM
1650 AM Friday Harbor Tiny Radio - Friday Harbor, Washington
1650 AM KLSR Lakeshore
1670 AM Stereo KROCKS Zero Point Radio - Casper, Wyoming
92.3 FM KDSX The Voice of Texomaland / The Radiator, Sherman, Texas
KJ-95.9fm "Your Neighborhood Radio Station" Bakersfield, California
98.5 FM WLMN The World Livewire Music Network - Grafton, West Virginia
102.7 Busy Kentucky - Newest station of Rock95seven
Radio Free Eureka - Coming Soon to Shorewood, Minnesota
To become an affiliate radio station of the Low Power Hour please take note of the following Terms & Conditions, then contact the producer at the Contact e-mail link:
Fine Print Terms, Conditions and Caveats
The Low Power Hour (LPH) radio program is freely available for non-commercial re-transmission. No derivatives may be taken, programs must be used intact. If you notify KDX of your use of the program you will be mentioned on further editions of LPH for promotional benefit and listed as an Affiliate Station. Submissions of your own low power interviews or other clips may be included in future editions of the LPH. Contact: email@example.com. The Low Power Hour may not be re-distributed without express permission.
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