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October 07. 2012 1:17PM

North Country Community Radio will use Internet instead of airwaves until FCC licensing

Recent changes in national law are also helping. Alberts said that a Federal Communications Commission license has been hard to get for many small FM stations. He said the Local Community Radio Act, which became law in 2010, will permit his station to apply for a broadcast license.

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