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Low-power FM radio stations could be coming soon to your community

12/05/12 Seán Kinane
Last Call Wednesday
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Last Friday the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) announced that it would open up licenses for new low-power FM (LPFM) radio stations beginning next October.

My guest on Last Call is Brandy Doyle, policy director for the Prometheus Radio Project.

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Tampa's WTMP to end R&B & urban music format listen

09/01/11 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Thursday
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An institution in Tampa’s urban radio landscape is no more. WTMP, which airs R&B on 96.1 FM and 1150 AM is changing its format. One programmer who was laid off when they switched to automated programming this week is Jarvis El-Amin. He hosted a community talk show called Honest Opinion and says he’s not sure what type of programming will be next.

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Pacifica radio will carry some Al Jazeera English news stories listen

12/06/10 Seán Kinane
WMNF Drive-Time News Monday
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You might not be able to watch it on cable television yet, but soon, you could hear it on community radio.

The international news channel Al Jazeera English and Pacifica radio announced a partnership today where news from Al Jazeera reporters will be broadcast on the five Pacifica stations and soon, on Pacifica affiliates like WMNF. Today we spoke with Pacifica Foundation executive director Arlene Engelhardt, who used to be a program...

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Students pursue journalism at FSPA conference listen

04/17/09 Arielle Stevenson
WMNF Drive-Time News Friday
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Many professionals in journalism are feeling the crunch of the weakened economy as well as the shift to producing more online content.

Longtime employees of the Tampa Tribune and St. Petersburg Times are opting for early retirement packages. In February, Colorado’s oldest newspaper, the Rocky Mountain News closed after 150 years in business.

But this weekend in Tampa, more than 800 high school students attended the Florida Scholastic Press Association’s State Conference to purs...

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