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radio-studioNexus has set up hundreds of low power FM radio (LPFM) radio stations across the United States. We also support hundreds of other installations in other parts of the world. We can assist you or your organization to start a new Radio Station – either broadcasting on a low power basis, on a commercial full power FM frequency or the internet.  If you’re interesting in starting up a new LPFM radio station or an FM radio station, you’re in the right place!

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We are broadcasters ourselves, and are one of those LPFM radio broadcasters that have made the progression to obtaining a full power FM frequency and operating commercially, enabling us to offer unparalleled support through all the stages of building and operating a radio station. Nexus offers complete service to help you start up a licensed FM, AM or Low Power FM radio station in the United States, or anywhere else in the world for that matter. We can take care of the entire project – from licensing with the FCC to determining the best studio and antenna location, supplying all the equipment for the station, setting up the radio automation software, installing the studio equipment, to providing training on how to use all the equipment. Simply stated – we help you with starting an FM radio station from start to finish! Lets get started!

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Nexus Broadcast has created an easy way to fill out and submit LPFM Radio applications for it’s customers!  Just download the new pdf file open it in Adobe Acrobat.  Its quick and simple to fill out – if you get stuck just skip that question, we’ll take care of any missing or incorrect information.  The form will guide you throughout with helpful hints and suggestions – it really doesn’t get any easier than this!


It’s official!  Today the Federal Communications Commission announce the official dates that the LPFM filing window will be open!  


The Window will open on October 15th and will close on October 29th, 2013.


The Federal Communications Commission has released a new form 318, Application for a new LPFM Radio station. This new form will be used for the upcoming Low Power FM Radio Filing window. The window will be open between October, 15 2013 and October 29th. The new LPFM Radio Application form 318 – 2013 version is now available for download:

Note:  This form will not submit or work properly in your browser – you must open this with the free Adobe reader verson 7 or higher.    Download Adobe Reader here. 

More details on the LPFM Radio Filing Window at LPFMStore.com


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radio guide logoAs is well known by now, the FCC at last has finalized its plan to address the backlog of about 6,500 FM translator applications that still linger from a March 2003 filing window and to open a new filing opportunity for Low Power FM (“LPFM”) stations.

The FCC’s task was both prodded and complicated by the Local Community Radio Act of 2010 (the “LCRA”), which required that it balance translator grants against the need for preserving filing opportunities for new LPFMs. In resolving the choice between the two media, the five commissioners made it clear that the FCC overwhelmingly favors LPFM as holding a promise to expand locally originated service to narrow constituencies.

Broadcasters have long considered the LPFM service as their enemy. The NAB, in particular, has fought LPFM as a mortal threat as a source of both competition and interference. But let’s put the matter in perspective. Contrary to established wisdom, development of the LPFM service just might prove to benefit a wide variety of radio licensees. Broadcaster fears of lax technical oversight of LPFM and the consequent potential for creating pockets of interference may prove to be justified. Yet, broadcasters just might welcome the relief that LPFM can provide to satisfy public and Congressional pressure to devote commercially impractical levels of service to niche markets. Indeed, many radio licensees may come to openly support LPFM entrants in recognition of the local orientation they are chartered to create, the creation of a much-needed training ground for radio professionals, and the positive publicity that such support is apt to generate.

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