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Seasons Greetings!

In the spirit of the holiday carol, we're wondering if you hear what we hear? The answer is: soon there'll be more community radio stations on the air!

Need more holiday-inspired tom-foolery? How about these new seasonal favorites: All I Want for Christmas is My Second Adjacent Channel Waiver, It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Station Building, and Rockin' Around Form 318.

 Summer 2013 Staff Transitions

This summer has been a transformative time for Prometheus. As we prepare community groups to become LPFM applicants, and eventually to become full-fledged community radio stations, our staff has grown to welcome new members into the Prometheus family. Our staff is prepared now more than ever to seize this opportunity to get radio into the hands of communities nationwide!

The FCC has announced a tentative date of October 15, 2013 for a low power radio filing window, when the agency accepts applications for new stations. Why is it a tentative date? There are a few more steps remaining before the FCC can take applications. Here's a rundown of what's left.

The Continuing Translator Saga

To make room on the dial for community radio, the FCC must first clear out a longstanding backlog of pending applications for FM translators, also called repeater stations.  

From "Voices From The Community" in Charlotte, NC...