It’s Over For A Marion, Ohio LPFM


Since the start of August, the fate of a low-power FM radio station serving a small city in the Buckeye State was all but sealed when the individual charged with operating the facility wrote in an email to the FCC that it couldn’t find legal counsel to represent the station in a License Revocation Hearing.

Securing an attorney was key to the continuation of the hearing, called to determine whether or not the LPFM had engaged in a 2019 improper license transfer and improperly listed the name of a deceased individual on its board of directors submitted to the Commission.

An attorney was not secured. As such, the hearing proceeding has been dismissed by the FCC’s Administrative Law Judge.

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