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Who’s Nexus & Info on Starting an FM Radio Station?

The LPFM Store (Nexus Broadcast) has been in operation for over 28 years. During this time we have helped with starting up dozens of FM radio stations and even more LPFM radio stations across The United States around the world, as well as provided radio consultancy services for hundreds of other customers.

 

We have extensive experience developing not only low power FM radio stations which broadcast over a smaller area, but also full power FM commercial radio stations. Coupled with our own experience in the industry operating radio stations, we can assist you in the process from the initial advice on what you need to do and what is required, through to supplying equipment, and providing ongoing assistance to help ensure the success of your radio station. If you are interested in starting an FM radio station or an LPFM radio station, The LPFM Store is the last place you will need to look.

Over the years, we have established that many of our customers share common circumstances and objectives. We specialize in developing radio stations for:

  • people considering starting up a FM radio station or an LPFM radio station in The United States, but who do not understand the licensing process or the steps involved with setting up a station
  • people who may not have previous experience in the media or broadcasting
  • people who have a tight budget to develop a radio station on. They wish to ensure they maximize their coverage area, and also require excellent value for money when it comes to studio and transmission equipment.

We aim to present radio topics in a format that can be easily understood by people who are not necessarily familiar with radio terms or concepts. Likewise, we don’t bombard you with radio jargon. The objective is always to provide you the information you need, in an easily understood format, that enables you to make an informed decision about starting up a FM radio station or an LPFM radio station.

Leo Ashcraft
CEO / Founder

The LPFM Store
A division of Nexus Broadcast
PO Box 1096, Mt Vernon, TX 75457
Phone: 888-732-3599

Phone: 321-300-LPFM

If you’re ready to get begin with the process of starting a new LPFM radio station or a new FM radio station click this link, we’ll get the process started fast any easy.
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