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Latino pirate on 94.9 gone
« on: October 20, 2015, 1235 UTC »
There was a pirate on 94.9 playing latin music that was fairly clear too. A five mile drive around my area showed the signal strong all around, but I could never get perfect signal to see where it could possibly be from. Yet just a few days ago it was not there, and a check of the FCC pirate database does not show and IOUs sent out so I am guessing they shut it off on their own volition.
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