A Silent Giant Set To Join A Regional Noncomm Leader


ARCATA, CALIF. — At 101.1 MHz with a booming Class C2 signal covering all of the Redding, Calif., listening area — in addition to Red Bluff and the eastern half of the Trinity Alps along Route 299 — is a station that’s presently silent.

A regional public broadcasting network, representing a state that was proposed but doesn’t exist, is poised to take it over.

It’s thanks to “a leader in his medical field and a dedicated public servant” who happens to own radio and TV stations in various locales across the U.S.

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