New England LPFMs: Renew Your License Now and Save $50
one of the first 25 New England Low Power stations to retain
Christian Community Broadcasters (CCB) and we will file your mandatory FCC License Renewal
$150 (regular fee $200).
The six-month long, eight-step, Renewal process started October 1.
December 1st is the filing deadline even though New England Licenses do not
next April 1st, no foolin'. Don't procrastinate! Late filers face a $1,500 FCC
CCB has filed hundreds of Renewals for Low Power broadcasters in
the past 21 years. The Renewal process today is different from eight
years ago and has changed several times in the past two years because of
COVID and FCC database upgrades. Once renewed, Licenses are valid for
CCB's fee is your only cost for our clients (the FCC does not charge
fees to LPFMs and other Non-Commercial Educational broadcasters. The current renewal cycle started in
in Washington, D.C., and ends August 1, 2022, in Delaware and
Community Broadcasters today by emailing JohnBroomall@
Yahoo.com or phone: 770
is Your LPFM "A.C.E.”
any type of assistance related to Low Power FM?
CCB is noted for its Advocacy, its expert
and quality radio Equipment on a low-power
Since LPFM started in 2000, CCB has
successfully filed more than 1,000 FCC LPFM applications of all types
for churches, ministries, schools, and other local community groups.
John Broomall is not an "arm-chair" Consultant. He
has a "hands-on knowledge of LPFM. Since 2004 he
has operated WPCG-LP, Grace Radio 102.9, Canton, GA, near Atlanta.