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FCC asks for more info on KUSF frequency swap

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

The Federal Communications Commission is imageasking for more details about the signal swap that resulted in college station KUSF’s 90.3 FM frequency being taken over by classical station KDFC. It’s now noncommercial and part of the California Classical Public Radio Network operated by the University of Southern California.

Add: The FCC’s interest may be routine, but it’s likely to stir hope for those on the USF campus and beyond still smarting about the way the university administration worked the deal in secret and announced it after the fact. Current Magazine points out that CPRN is operating the station under an interim contract while the FCC reviews the license transfer.

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