The Mission's 13-year-old community radio station, Pirate Cat Radio, claims it has been issued a "proposed" $10,000 fine by the FCC. The station responded by issuing a press release on Halloween alerting fans to the possible FCC action, and has gone silent at its terrestrial home of 87.9 FM. DJs ... More >>
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