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Sunday, April 15 • 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Ten Years after the Introduction of LPFM: Low Power to the People

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In 2001, The Federal Communication Commission introduced a new class of low-power radio licenses to the public. It has been ten years since the introduction of LPFM and with the passage of the Local Community Radio Act of 2010, many more new LPFM stations will be started. This panel will look at the current state of LPFM, its challenges, and its future.
Moderator: Keith Brand, Rowan University
Panelists: Peter Orlik, Central Michigan University; LPFM's Precursor and Competitor Compared: Class D FM and HD-2 Translators
Michael Nevradakis, The University of Texas at Austin; Removing the Public from the Public Airwaves: The FCC's Contradictory Policy
Barbara Calabrese, Columbia College Chicago; Low Power FM:  "Purist" Broadcasting in the Age of Technology
Keith Brand, Rowan University; Communication Policy and a Divided Congress:  The Passage of The Local Community Radio Act



Sunday April 15, 2012 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Conference Room 2

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