The volunteer-based station launched last summer as a partnership between the South Carolina Affiliate of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, a national organizing network, and the media advocacy group Prometheus Radio Project.
What does PRP stand for?
PRP stands for Prometheus Radio Project (Philadelphia, PA)
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Low-power FM radio is topic of presentation Area residents interested in "grass-roots community radio" using low-power FM signals are invited to attend a presentation tonight by representatives of The Prometheus Radio Project.
The Prometheus Radio Project, for example, is not only lobbying the FCC for change, but helping spur an international low power FM radio movement--empowering communities to create and maintain their own radio stations.
The leftist National Lawyers Guild, which has defended several stations against the FCC, has already filed comments with the commission urging that the new service be entirely noncommercial; in this, they've been joined by two more pro-micro groups, the Prometheus Radio Project and the Micro Empowerment Coalition.
Led by the Prometheus Radio Project, the media activists worked on completing the studio, raising the broadcast antenna and finally turning on Greenville's first fully licensed low-power, community-owned FM radio station, WMXP-LP.
Hill tackles the challenge proposed by the Third Circuit in Prometheus Radio Project and suggests an Index that reflects diversity of ownership better than the current alternatives.
Then the Prometheus Radio Project, a tiny Philadelphia nonprofit that promoted broad access to the airwaves through low-power community radio stations, sued the FCC in federal court and won.