Broadcasters blast low-power FM radio proposal
By Rod Perlmutter, News Editor
Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 17, 2000 (Media Central)
Radio broadcasters blasted a Federal Communications Commission proposal on Thursday that would allow low-power FM radio stations, saying the new stations would interfere with current signals and disrupt service.
Low-power FM (LPFM) “will simply create islands of service in a sea of interference,” said Edward O. Fritts, president and CEO of the National Association of Broadcasters.
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