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Author Topic: Pirate Radio Goes Legit (East Bay Express article)  (Read 6209 times)

Offline S. McArdle

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Kenwood TS-590,75m square loop up 43' for all prior to 1-11-15, then ocf inv vee at 80' beginning 1-11-15. Best 73's de Scott, 3500 S. Boulevard,Suite 18C,Edmond,OK 73013
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Re: Pirate Radio Goes Legit (East Bay Express article)
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2012, 2204 UTC »
FM piracy will last forever in some form within the United States because there will never be enough stations with time for DJs/ranters.
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