Yes, it is possible for a school district that operates a PBS or NPR station in the United States to also possess an LPFM (Low-Power FM) station. LPFM stations are low-power community radio stations that are typically non-commercial and serve local communities. While PBS and NPR stations are often associated with television and larger public radio networks, they can still apply for and operate LPFM stations as long as they meet the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations and licensing requirements for LPFM stations. This allows them to provide hyper-local content and community engagement in addition to their broader programming.
No, that’s not correct. In this situation, they cannot claim the diversity in ownership point due to their ownership of full-power stations. Student-operated stations at universities with cross-owned full-power stations are typically eligible for a maximum of 4 points.