LPFM radio frequency applications that require a Second Adjacent Waiver are exceptionally challenging. These waivers are needed when your proposed station frequency is too close to an existing one. Unlike a standard LPFM application, which already demands a fair bit of expertise, the Second Adjacent Waiver applications are on a whole other level.
Many individuals, like my pastor friend, tend to underestimate the influence of radio in today’s digital era. They often believe that the internet has rendered radio obsolete. However, the numbers paint a different picture. Radio continues to hold its ground as a trusted and far-reaching communication tool. It’s the medium that accompanies us during our morning commute, the constant companion in our cars and kitchens, and the unwavering voice during times of crisis. Its enduring presence in our lives cannot be overstated.
At Nexus Broadcast, we understand that the LPFM application process can be complex and overwhelming. That’s why we’re here to offer our expertise and support to ensure your application is not only submitted successfully but stands out amidst the competition. Let Nexus Broadcast be your trusted partner on this exciting journey. Together, we can bring the power of community radio to life, connecting and enriching the lives of your audience. Are you ready to take the next step towards LPFM success? Please feel free to reply to this email or give us a call at (239) 42-RADIO (72346) to schedule a consultation. We would be delighted to discuss your specific needs and answer any questions you may have. For more information visit our websites: LPFMStore.com and NexusBroadcast.com
Are you ready to experience the magic of radio like never before? Look no further than LPFM Radio, the revolutionary Low Power FM broadcasting system that’s making waves across the globe. Whether you’re a community enthusiast, a music aficionado, or a business looking to reach a local audience, LPFM Radio offers a cost-effective and captivating solution that will undoubtedly leave a lasting impact.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced that a filing window for applications for new LPFM station construction permits will open on November 1, 2023 and close on November 8, 2023 . LPFM proposals in the entire FM band, from channels 201 to 300, will be eligible for filing during this window. (Many steps of preparation required. Nexus will likely not be able to help you as short as 30 days prior to the opening of the window. The time to start, is NOW.