Update: Local Voice, Silenced By The FCC, Gets License Back

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On July 28, 2019, a 27-watt low-power FM radio station “proudly returned live morning radio” to a small city some 50 miles to the north of Columbus, Ohio.


Known for its Warren G. Harding Presidential Home, this Buckeye State burgh’s LPFM was also the final home for a local radio legend, the late Charlie Evers.

That tiny voice of Marion, Ohio has been asked to turn off its transmitter by the FCC. 

The Commission has now rescinded the cancellation.


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