You’ve applied for an LPFM construction permit and have been granted. Congrats! You’re probably wondering what comes next. There’s lots to do to get your station built and on the air. Prometheus Radio Project will host a series of webinars… Read More »Webinar for LPFM grantees announced
January 2024 – Some LPFM applications cannot all be granted consistent with the Commission’s technical rules because they requested locations and frequencies too close to one another, and are considered “mutually exclusive” (MXed). An MX group consists of all applications… Read More »MX Process — a Speculative Preview
If your LPFM application is a singleton, meaning it is not in competition with other applicants, the FCC most likely has designated your application as Accepted for Filing recently. How do I check whether my application is Accepted for Filing? If… Read More »Singleton? Accepted for Filing? How would you know, and what are your obligations?
With many possible twists and turns, the post-application process (described in the PDFs in References below) is mysterious at first, and occasionally fairly complex. Here are some common questions for the near future. How many applications were filed? Radio World… Read More »LPFM Applicants, What’s Next?
After a request from Prometheus and other LPFM advocates, the FCC has extended the current LPFM application window until Friday, December 15th at 12pm ET. If you are currently working on an application for a new LPFM station, you now… Read More »LPFM Application Window Extended, Deadline Friday at Noon ET
The LPFM application window opens tomorrow! It’s been a decade since the last opportunity to apply for an LPFM license and another application may not open again soon, if ever. If your nonprofit plans to apply, now is the time! Check… Read More »Resources For Your LPFM Application, Window Opens December 6