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October 24 Webinar on Low Power FM Radio

October 24, 2013, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM EDT

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) held its second webinar to answer questions about low power FM (LPFM) and the process for applying for a new LPFM license during the October 15 - November 14, 2013, open filing window on Thursday, October 24, 2013. The LPFM service was established in 2000 to create opportunities for new voices to be heard on the radio.

The session was a question and answer period where potential applicants asked Media Bureau staff their specific questions on areas such as the LPFM Channel Finder, creating a CDBS account, filling out the application (Form 318), and any other issues related to the LPFM window and Form 318.

For additional information about the webinar, please contact Parul P. Desai, Attorney/Advisor, Media Bureau, at (202) 418-8217, email: Parul.Desai@fcc.gov. For press inquiries, contact Janice Wise (202) 418-8165, email: Janice.Wise@fcc.gov.

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