Community Radio in Seattle Fights Back Against Corporate Behemoths and Mainstream Christian Programming

How eight new low-power FM neighborhood radio stations got onto the air, and why you should listen.

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Quick correction: "KBFG at 103.7 FM". KBFG broadcasts on 107.3 FM.
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LPFM is awesome! Spokane has had one since 2003 - KYRS "Thin Air" Community Radio - kyrs.org. Very exciting how many there are now in Western Washington!
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Wonderful, hopeful story. Thank you.
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Independent radio + independent bookstores + independent print media=Independent Minds. Thank you for sharing this story and broadcasting the seeds of defiant hope.
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We've got one in Olympia, too....KOWA 106.5 FM. All the alternative public affairs sows you'd ever want to hear: And it streams as well.

http://kowalp.org/listen/
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Thanks to everyone who is making these stations happen. I've enjoyed the very cool eclectic music mix on SPACE 101.1 when I can dial it in. I hope it starts streaming someday.
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Listening to 91.9 KPTZ from across the water in Port Townsend as I am writing this.