For An Ohio LPFM, The Clock Is Ticking On Its Future


The apparent listing of a deceased woman as a board member with voting rights in filings submitted to the FCC could end up killing a low-power FM radio station serving the city of Marion, Ohio.

But, that may be inconsequential to the reason why the Presiding Judge in the LPFM’s license revocation hearing convened to review the matter is ready to pull the plug on the mini station. After being warned, the licensee still does not have legal counsel.

It must lawyer up by July 27.

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