Sunday, May 23, 2010

Pirates take over small-town radio signal in Northern California

From Rawstory.com, by Gavin Dahl.

Residents of San Mateo County, California are hearing an unusual sound on the 89.3 frequency of their Fm radios these days. Commercial-free radio programmed by real, local people.


San Francisco-based Pirate Cat Radio has put KPDO on the air full-time. The station's new home, nestled among coastal farmlands, is about an hour south from the studio cafe in San Francisco's Mission District.

Pirate Cat Radio founder Daniel Roberts and his crew took over the radio frequency May 8, after years of defying the Federal Communications Commission by broadcasting without a license. Roberts was recently fined by the FCC for just that, as Jennifer Waits writes in Spinning Indie.

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