How To Start A Low Power FM Radio Station (Abridged) by Stephen Kafka
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Now that your group has applied for a low power FM, do you know how to build it for less than
And, have it cover its own expenses, right away, and easily pay for itself in less than 1 year ?
And, give your station manager / director a yearly salary to live on ?
If not, buy this eBook !
Inside You'll Find ;
-A guide to revenue producing programming, to make your station self-sufficient.
-A list of equipment suppliers, and costs for necessary equipment.
-How to file yourself. Finding the right transmitter site, etc.
-Sources of low cost, qualified engineering help.
-Source list of low cost programming, and reduced cost CD's, etc.
-A listing of all the licensing fees you'll have to pay on a yearly basis, to stay legal.
Plus, You'll Also ;
-Learn how to operate your station unattended.
-How remote broadcasts can be a goldmine for a LPFM !!!
-How independent programmers can greatly benefit your station.
-How to get a volunteer worker program established.
-What you need to know about the Emergency Alert System. What equipment to buy, studio to transmitter links, and much more.
This eBook will pay for itself repeatedly !
This eBook is an abridged version. It does not contain the FCC rules for low power FM's, a older copy of the application you file with the FCC, or items like a copy of a profitable radio station's newspaper.
Recent (2014) Unsolicited Testimonials :
"Thanks Steve, it has already helped, the antenna length will be 80 foot, if City ordinances don't let me its nice to know I can go 60 foot with or without there permission, thank you so much, I really needed this book, and I have not had the time to read it from page to page yet I just skimmed through it, I love it my only hold up now is my registration to the AFF, then I believe I will get my construction permit, i am a singleton and that great !"
"Steve, Thank you so much! I appreciate your helping us."
Over 250 copies of the eBook have been sold to LPFM applicants, as of 12/2018. Including churches, schools, colleges and universities, state and local government entities and other groups..