|[AMRadio] pirate radio equipment sources|
ranchorobbo at gmail.com
Wed Jul 29 19:21:47 EDT 2015
It's a pretty big problem in some metropolitan areas, for example
Boston, NYC and Miami. You might wonder why they don't simply
podcast (or whatever it is on the internet). Reason is that radio has
a fixed cost once you get set up and allows an infinite number of
"connections" if you will, for that cost within the coverage area.
Most pirates are only interested in a small area, often with an ethnic
format not represented by commercial broadcasters. They can cause a
lot of interference. It's a different world from a rural location.
On Wed, Jul 29, 2015 at 2:52 PM, FRANK HUGHES
hughes <frsahu0003 at embarqmail.com> wrote:
> I wonder just how large a problem pirate radio broadcasters really are?
> Is this really something so significant that the FCC really needs new laws?
> Does the FCC make any serious attempts to enforce existing laws?
> If the old & surplus equipment is banned, will existing owners be "grandfathered", and allowed to keep their equipment?
> Should I start hoarding "pre-ban" equipment?
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