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  • 7/31    - Site Security FLAP: L is for Lighting - Kevin Kidd
  • 7/31    - Journal Communications and E.W.Scripps to merge
  • 7/30    - NAL Watch: Forfeiture Orders issued in multiple violations
  • 7/30    - Part 3: Building the Sears Tower Site - Warren Shulz
  • 7/29    - Two translators sell for nearly $6 million in Chicago
  • 7/28    - FCC Plans National EAS Test in 2015; WV Plans test in September
  • 7/24    - Why Your Main Transmitter Setup is Not Enough - Clay Freinwald
  • 7/24    - Rutland, WI zoning board still against FM tower
  • 7/24    - Townsquare goes public; IPO settles at $10.25 on first day.
  • 7/22    - Class C4 for FM? Petition for RuleMaking now published by FCC
  • 7/17    - Student Station Promotion Goes Way Wrong
  • 7/16    - Solving Some HT 3.5 Troubles - Alan Alsobrook
  • 7/15    - When RFR Protection Runs Amok
  • 7/16    - NAL Watch: $11k Forfeiture Order for Antenna Violations
  • 7/14    - LARCAN TTC closes down
  • 7/9      - FCC opens 90 day period on 79 groups of LPFM
  • 7/9      - WJR - The Goodwill Station
  • 7/5      - Security Watch: Police recover electrocuted man after two years
  • 7/3      - Recovering in the Aftermath of a Disaster - Clay Freinwald
  • 7/3      - Ask the Lawyer - Your FCC Questions Answered  - Cary Tepper
  • 7/1      - iBiquity sues two Patent Troll companies over digital radio
  • 6/26    - Testing Solid-State Rectifiers - Gary Minker
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  • 6/20    - Reporter prevails vs Suffolk County Sheriff
  • 6/19    - My View: The Communications Act of 1934 - PICN at 80
  • 6/16    - FCC has issued 1220 CP grants thus far to LPFMs
  • 6/5      - Lightning reduces station to one computer
  • 5/29    - Spring Cleaning - the Broadcast IT Edition
  • 5/27    - Does the FCC's plan for Net Neutrality bode good or bad?
  • 5/15    - Making Radio Waves - Not Metal Waves
  • 5/15    - Net Neutrality? An ISP implements the Ferengi Plan on the FCC
  • 5/7     - Have Your Transmitter Text Alarm Messages to You - Jeff Welton
  • 5/6     - New consolidator in the neighborhood: 110+ stations and growing
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  • 3/27   - MaxxCasting - Hal Kneller
  • 3/19   - Problems When the Lease Runs Out - Clay Freinwald
  • 2/11   - Choosing between STL and IP Radio Links - Fred Francis
  • 2/5     - Building a New Station - A Checklist - Phil Owens
  • 1/28   - Training for a Successful Station
  • 1/22   - LPFM Station in NE forced to shut due to interference complaint
  • 1/9     - Low Power Low Down: Counting the Cost to Construct
  • 1/2    - The LPFM Guide to Wire and Cable - Steve Lampen
  • 12/19 - The Vendor/Customer Relationship - Karen Johnson & Richard Rudman
  • 12/5   - Keeping Stuff Out of Your Transmitter - Gary Peterson
  • 10/31 - Great Customer Service in the Broadcast Station - Kevin Trueblood
  • 10/17 - Some Diesel Engine Tips To Keep You On the Air - Richard Rudman
  • 10/10 - Detailed Logs Will Save the Day - Gary Peterson
  • 10/3  - Safety Suggestions to Keep Everyone Alive - Richard Rudman
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