Since September, we have been working diligently between Burlington’s three public access centers – RETN, VCAM and Channel 17/Town Meeting – to prepare how to share the new low-power frequency of 99.3FM here in Burlington, VT. With the help of a growing number of community members, we have been researching other low-power community radio stations around the country about best practices, government models, fundraising strategies, and all the rest that is needed for a successful station.
We were excited to receive word just yesterday that our application for 99.3FM was granted a construction permit! This means we get to start the building process (not just the physical part, but the whole station) – 2015 is going to be busy! Now is the time to join us and help us get the station on the air. Plug into the process by signing up on the JOIN US part of our site.
And help us spread the word!
The Core & Gov Committees of 99.3FM!
Be Part of Burlington, Vermont’s New Low Power FM Radio Station!
While we await approval from the FCC, we are: starting a pilot internet radio station, establishing governance measures and governing body for the LPFM station, outlining the technical needs for the station, and reaching out to the larger community to spark interest.
Sound awesome? Want to be involved?
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Visit our signup form here or above and tell us how you want to get involved in our start up or get on the list to become a future programmer.
Thanks & hope to meet you soon,
VCAM, RETN and Channel 17/Town Metting TV LPFM Core Team