‘Save Community Radio’ Effort Starts With Noncomm’s Sale


A student and community radio station serving Illinois’ state capital of Springfield, a Class A with the same power output as an FM translator, is being sold.

The buyer is a broadcast ministry, which will convert the station to religious programming. A group of air personalities who work at the station aren’t throwing in the towel, however, and have created a GoFundMe site to help with the purchase of a new on-air home.

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