Apply Nov. 1-8 for an LP FM Radio License:
Video, How-to Book, and Many Resources…

November 1-8, 2023 is the once-in-a-decade opportunity for activists to apply online for a Low Power FM (LPFM) Community Radio license.

NOTE: The Grass Roots Radio Conference Oct. 19-22 is just a jump-shot away from the FCC LPFM filing window.

With a limit of 100 watts, each station can cover a radius about 3.5 miles and be an affordable, powerful tool for positive change. And unlike programming on the internet, people can listen anonymously, surveillance-free. In some areas, several such stations are forming mutual support networks to expand the zone of their collective coverage.

Email <changestories AT> to request templates to help you apply, and/or share questions, inputs, news of your actions and progress — or suggest contacts.

Also, forward this link to contacts or organizations in any of the 20 states/locations (BELOW*) where a LPFM station may be needed and licensed.

LPFM Radio Resources:

Download the Zoom video & resources (code MZjY^G=3) with Frank Sterling, Will Floyd, other experts (Sept.26).
FCC Overview & Details on Applying for Low Power FM in 2023

Please forward this link to contacts or organizations in any of these 20 states/locations where a LPFM community radio station could be needed and licensed.

AL: Auburn, Huntsville, Mobile; & Birmingham,
  Montgomery & Tuscaloosa (channel 6 protection)
AR: Conway  and Pine Bluff
AZ: Yuma   and Phoenix area
CA: Redding
CO: Colorado Springs
FL: Fort Pierce, Pensacola,
  Port St. Lucie-Stuart, St Augustine
IL: Rockford
IN: Muncie
KY: Bowling Green
MN: Duluth
MT: Great Falls
NV: Elko
OK: Lawton or Norman
OR: Eugene 94.1, Eugene 96.5. Grants Pass 92.7,
  Medford/Ashland, and Roseburg 107.7
PA: Johnstown/Altoona, Lebanon. State College and Williamsport
TX: Frisco/McKinney (NE Dallas),
  and Mesquite (SE Dallas) [Frisco]
WA: Centralia
WI: Kenosha-Racine
WY: Casper and Gilette