Bedford man wants FM radio station in town, for town
The FCC will open a window in October to accept applications for localized, low-power radio stations.
Biedrzycki and the focus group are seeking members of the Bedford community to join the effort. Anyone with broadcasting, technical communications, music industry or business management experience or interest, either professional or amateur, is invited to participate.
Residents interested in joining may email Biedrzycki at email@example.com or call 582-8757. The group is also seeking residents interested in hosting their own free-form radio show, if the plan is successful.
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