Looking to add more classic country /pursuing LPFM

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radioboy8
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Looking to add more classic country /pursuing LPFM

Post by radioboy8 » Tue Mar 05, 2013 8:47 pm

Hey everyone,

I have operated an online station since 2001, and have had a country format since 2003.

Within the past year, I have been preparing for the opportunity to move from Internet- only to LPFM
as well. The market has also lost its only classic country station.

I have a lot of country, but have some gaps as much of it is on vinyl. So if any of you are working at,
or know of, stations that are either dumping a classic country format or otherwise have some available, please contact me at alanmccal@hotmail.com.

The local paper recently ran an article about my station and our hopes for a future terrestrial signal. If you Google "legally blind broadcaster" it is one of the top links.

We will mix in some soft AC but country is our primary genre. Plus Southern Gospel on Sunday.

Thank you very much.

Alan McCall
http://www.bigdcountry.com

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Re: Looking to add more classic country /pursuing LPFM

Post by luckcat » Tue Mar 26, 2013 1:34 am

great, i like this post.
I am in here, if you want to contact me.

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Re: Looking to add more classic country /pursuing LPFM

Post by radioboy8 » Thu Mar 28, 2013 4:00 pm

I've gotten a couple of replies, but still looking to add as much as possible. I plan to play country from the 1950s to the present. Plans are definitely in place for LPFM.

Alan
http://www.bigdcountry.com

radioboy8
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LPFM filing done...

Post by radioboy8 » Fri Nov 29, 2013 3:11 pm

with a decent chance of surviving, as my application is a "singleton."

Definitely looking at full service country/classic country as the primary format.

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