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Radio Stations In Bloomington, Indiana

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Published June 25th 2010
ISBN : 9781158648191
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30 pages
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Chapters: Wiux-Lp, Wfiu, Wtts, Wfhb, Wgcl, Wbwb. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books withoutMoreChapters: Wiux-Lp, Wfiu, Wtts, Wfhb, Wgcl, Wbwb. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publishers book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: WIUX-LP (99.1 FM) is a 22 watt student-operated low power FM radio station in Bloomington, Indiana, in southern Indiana. The station licensee, Indiana University Student Broadcasting is authorized by the Federal Communications Commission. WQAX Logo from 1970s WIUX Contour Map On October 31, 2006, WIUX announced on its website that the Federal Communications Commission was granting the 100.3 mHz frequency to a Class A FM radio station in Edinburgh, Indiana, taking over the frequency WIUX had been granted only the previous year. Because the Indiana University student-based station operates as a Low Power station, the FCC maintains that it has the right to move the station or remove it from the air. Indiana University filed a petition against the move. The Dean of Students and Vice President of Student Affairs at Indiana University, Richard McKaig, states in the official petition (available through the WIUX website): The Indiana frequency did not appear on the Commissions internet site or on a public notice until after the comment reply date of June 13, 2006 deadline. As a result, we did not have a fair chance to file public comments. On November 6, both Indiana senators, Evan Bayh (Dem) and Richard Lugar (Rep), wrote petitions of support for WIUX to the FCC. On June 4, 2007 WIUX moved from 100.3 FM to 99.1 FM. Culture Shock is a free yearly festival held in Dunn Meadow by WIUX on the campus of Indiana University. It occurs in the spring typically in the month of April. Past headliners have included Destroyer, Four Tet, Beach House, The Dodos, Xiu Xiu, and Sunset Rubdown. The festival also tends feature a number of Bloomington local bands such as The Delicious, Rod...More: http: //booksllc.net/?id=442946