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Low-Power FM: When Your Local Radio Station Is Really, Really Local
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The most unlikely thing in radio came to Washington DC-area airwaves earlier this month: a new FM station on a previously unused frequency.

A "No Vacancy" sign has been up on the radio dial for decades - to launch a new station, you'd normally need to silence an old one. So how could a new broadcaster like Arlington, Virginia's WERA (96.7 FM) get its own slice of the airwaves?


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