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Radio Station Project

Internet radio portion


Cost 39.95 P
Designed for single users

System Requirements

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What is SHOUTcast?

SHOUTcast is a free-of-charge audio homesteading solution. It permits anyone on the internet to broadcast audio from their PC to listeners across the Internet or any other IP-based network (Office LANs, college campuses, etc.).

SHOUTcast's underlying technology for audio delivery is MPEG Layer 3, also known as MP3 technology. The SHOUTcast system can deliver audio in a live situation, or can deliver audio on-demand for archived broadcasts.

Live365 - The World's Largest Internet Radio Network

Use Live365's PRO services to:

  1. Get set up and broadcasting on the Internet in one business day!
  2. Create additional advertising inventory: Overlay your regular audio advertisements with Internet-only advertisements that you can sell and place.
  3. Take care of all the additional royalty/licensing obligations that come with broadcasting your terrestrial signal on the Internet
  4. Keep your station's brand and messages in front of your listeners while they are at work or outside your traditional coverage area
  5. Reach both dial-up and broadband listeners
  6. Link directly to your Internet broadcast from your website
  7. Create Internet-only side channels of alternate programming


Content Licensure for Radio Stations
Regular multicast (Radio and internet) broadcasting licensure
Licensing through the BMI
BMI is a performing right organization: It collects license fees on behalf of its songwriters, composers and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed.
University/college licensure is less than commercial radio licensing and is outlined in the link below along with an application.
Sign and return completed license to:
General Licensing
10 Music Square East
Nashville, TN 37203
For licensing assistance please call BMI at 1-877-264-2139
All campus radio stations under the non-commercial compulsory rate will furnish BMI weekly lists of each station’s performance of all musical works. These lists will include information as to whether or not the station’s performances were transmitted over the Internet. The compositions performed will be indicated by title and composer upon written request by BMI with not less than two weeks notice. Such lists need not be furnished for more than two weeks for each contract year.
One-Tier Option (Cost is about $500) a year!
The One-tier Option benefits colleges that present a large number of musical attractions, and is the administratively simpler of the two agreements. A single annual payment, calculated by multiplying the Per Student Fee times the full-time equivalent (FTE) student enrollment in the fall academic term, covers all performances of BMU music (as listed in paragraph 2 of the agreement) including musical attractions exclusively promoted by the college for each contract year.

This compulsory fee is charged for each campus radio broadcasting station which does not receive revenue from the sale of air time and which is not licensed under the terms of any license agreement between BMI and NPR.
On an annual basis, you will be asked to submit an updated Exhibit A to assist BMI in identifying web sites affiliated with your college or university that use music so that BMI will know to exclude them for its routine Internet licensing sales efforts.



Low Power FM Broadcast Radio Stations

This section contains information about the Low Power FM (LPFM) radio service, which was created by the Commission in January 2000. These stations are authorized for noncommercial educational broadcasting only (no commercial operation) and operate with an effective radiated power (ERP) of 100 watts (0.1 kilowatts) or less, with maximum facilities of 100 watts ERP at 30 meters (100 feet) antenna height above average terrain (HAAT). The approximate service range of a 100 watt LPFM station is 5.6 kilometers (3.5 miles radius). LPFM stations are not protected from interference that may be received from other classes of FM stations. A construction permit is required to be filed with the FCC before a LPFM station can be constructed or operated (Note: the expiration date is three years from the date of grant).
LPFM stations are available to noncommercial educational entities and public safety and transportation organizations, but are not available to individuals or for commercial operations. Current broadcast licensees with interests in other media (broadcast or newspapers) are not eligible to obtain LPFM stations.

They must have an FCC authorized call sign ( Call Sign KWUV is currently available) K Woof.

LPFM stations must protect authorized radio broadcast stations on the same channel or frequency (cochannel), as well as broadcast stations on first, second, or third-adjacent channels above or below the LPFM station's frequency. This protection is accomplished through the use of minimum distance separation requirements, which are set forth in 47 CFR 73.807 [PDF].





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Professional 100 Watt Radio Station In A Box Package Deal
Complete Radio Station... IN A BOX!
Just plug it in, and you're on the air!
The export version can only be shipped outside the USA, or within the USA if you sign a form that can be downloaded CLICK HERE and fax it to 1-801-705-3464

One of our most requested FM broadcast products has been a "Radio Station In A Box." At first, we thought this idea was silly. What did they mean by "In A Box"? As the requests continued to pour in, we found out! Overseas customers, as well as some of the new LPFM licensees have a need to quickly get "on the air" at temporarily locations or in the interim to their installed studio/transmitter setup. A lot of overseas customers also had to originate short term programming from various places for disaster preparedness broadcasts. Well, here it is...a radio station in a box!
First we took our state of the art PX1 FM stereo transmitter and installed it in an impact resistant, rack mount travel case. Then we added the Superscope PAC-770 integrated mixer/cassette/CD deck. We prewired them, then added a professional microphone and some cables. Finally, we included our 3.4dB gain omni directional FM broadcast antenna with 100 feet of matching low loss coaxial cable.
Just imagine; show up, open the case, plug in the AC power, mount the antenna, connect the included coax and you're all set! The applications are endless! From live remotes to a quick way of completely backing up all the equipment in your station!

  • 50W output, temperature and VSWR protected
  • Automatic audio & power controls
  • Digitally synthesized PLL for rock solid frequency stability
  • Digital display of all parameters
  • Automatic battery back-up switch
  • 110/220 VAC, 12 VDC operation

  • Independent Control of 4 XLR, and aux inputs as well as the tape and CD decks
  • 110W RMS per channel output for remote productions (Bridgeable)
  • Features voice reduction, gain control, final output control, and automatic ducking!
  • CD Player plays CDRWs, and has temp control
  • Cassette Recorder features auto reverse, pitch control and level control

  • Shure BG 2.1Microphone with cable
  • Includes swivel adaptor
  • Includes heavy duty professional stand

This product has a shipping weight of 50.00 pounds.



Frequency allocation chart


Instructions (Easy to read) for 318

Form 318 Application for Construction Permit for a Low Power FM Broadcast Station

Form 319 Application for a Low Power FM Broadcast Station License

Other Fcc Rules Governing LPFM









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