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FY 2004 PTFP Radio Grants

 In September 2004, after the research for this study was completed, PTFP awarded grants to the following applicants to provide the first public radio service to 17 communities in six states. These projects will extend service to approximately 250,000 people currently without public radio.  These facilities are not included in their respective state maps, narratives, or population coverage figures.

Equal Representation of Media Advocacy Corporation, KRZA, Alamosa, CO

A project to extend the service area of KRZA by activating translators operating on 100.9 mHz at South Fork, CO and on 95.3 mHz at Creede, CO.

Kekahu Foundation, Inc. KAQA, Princeville, HI
 
A project to extend the service area of KAQA by activating translators operating on 104.7 mHz at Mt. Ka'ala on Oahu and on 92.7 mHz at Moloa on Kauai.

Iowa State University, WOI Ames, IA

A project to extend the service area of WOI by activating a repeater operating on 97.9 mHz at Lamoni, IA.

New Hampshire Public Radio, Inc. WEVO Concord, NH
 
A project to extend the service area of WEVO by activating a repeater operating on 88.3 mHz at Nashua, NH.

St. Lawrence University, North Country Public Radio, Canton, NY
 
A project to extend the service area of North Country Public Radio by activating translators in the following ten communities: Carthage, Jay, Keene Valley, Lake George, Newcomb, North Creek, Schroon Lake, St. Huberts, Tupper Lake, and Wells.

Washington State University, Northwest Public Radio, Pullman, WA
 
A project to extend the service area of Northwest Public Radio by activating a translator operating on 92.3 mHz at Forks, WA.In September 2004, after the research for this study was completed, PTFP awarded grants to the following applicants to provide the first public radio service to 17 communities in six states. These projects will extend service to approximately 250,000 people currently without public radio.  These facilities are not included in their respective state maps, narratives, or population coverage figures.

Equal Representation of Media Advocacy Corporation, KRZA, Alamosa, CO

A project to extend the service area of KRZA by activating translators operating on 100.9 mHz at South Fork, CO and on 95.3 mHz at Creede, CO.

Kekahu Foundation, Inc. KAQA, Princeville, HI
 
A project to extend the service area of KAQA by activating translators operating on 104.7 mHz at Mt. Ka'ala on Oahu and on 92.7 mHz at Moloa on Kauai.

Iowa State University, WOI Ames, IA

A project to extend the service area of WOI by activating a repeater operating on 97.9 mHz at Lamoni, IA.

New Hampshire Public Radio, Inc. WEVO Concord, NH
 
A project to extend the service area of WEVO by activating a repeater operating on 88.3 mHz at Nashua, NH.

St. Lawrence University, North Country Public Radio, Canton, NY
 
A project to extend the service area of North Country Public Radio by activating translators in the following ten communities: Carthage, Jay, Keene Valley, Lake George, Newcomb, North Creek, Schroon Lake, St. Huberts, Tupper Lake, and Wells.

Washington State University, Northwest Public Radio, Pullman, WA
 
A project to extend the service area of Northwest Public Radio by activating a translator operating on 92.3 mHz at Forks, WA.

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