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    fm streaming licence

    Hi there I read somewhere that you dont need a licence if you broadcast on low power lpfm or whatever I dont know if this is true. But my question is we're would we get a cheap fm licence for our station so that ofcom dont hunt us down with the law and shut us down? Now I know there are alot of pirate radio stations out there without a licence. But we would prefer to stay on air rather than getting shut down?

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    Where are you based?

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    It all depends as to where you are located. It varies from country to country.

    Visit the FCC website and check out the rules and regulations page.
    http://www.fcc.gov/

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    In the U.S. low power FM stations do have to pay royalties but typically it is a relatively small amount. (I helped friends put four low-power FM's on the air during the last filing window.)

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