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“I have had over 10 years experience working with Leo. He has technical and regulatory competence as a leader in the LPFM Community. He assisted KGCA-LP obtain its CP. Leo has a passion for Community Broadcasting. He has focused on how to provide affordable services to broadcasters with limited resources. His dedication and efforts are known to the FCC and the LPFM community from the very beginning of LPFM broadcasting service. I recommend that anyone wanting to obtain an LPFM discuss their project with Leo. I am not aware of anyone with more commitment and expertise in LPFM..” February 27, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, Good Value

Robert Kelley 
hired Leo as a Broadcast Consultant in 2001, and hired Leo more than once

“Leo At Nexus Broadcast can be a great asset to you if you are thinking of starting a new radio station. From LPFM Radio to full power commercial he can handle it all. Nexus is for a friendly, courteous, knowledgeable broadcast engineer , thanks Mike” March 3, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, Good Value

Michael Brandt 
hired Leo as a Radio in 2010

“Leo: Has done a great job everytime for our stations. If you want results then you need to call Leo!” February 23, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity

Frank Patterson 
hired Leo as a Broadcasting Eng. in 2001, and hired Leo more than once

“Leo has done work for us a few times over the years and has a excellent track record . Even when there were minor problems he was able to resolve the problem in a fair and equitable way. I am currently using Leo’s sevices and I am certain we will use his services in the future.” February 22, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, Good Value

Portus Barlow 
hired Leo as a Professional Engineering Service in 2001, and hired Leo more than once

“Leo provides excellent service on what he provides” February 22, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, Good Value

Tony Downes 
hired Leo as a Radio in 2000

“I remember working with Leo at his Radio Daddy site. I learned so much from that experience as a voice actor. I basically began my career with what I learned from his business and I now produce and host radio shows! Thank you Leo!
Kjelene” February 22, 2011

Kjelene BertrandOwner, Talent Voices
was with another company when working with Leo at Nexus Broadcast

“Leo Ashcraft is a professional in the broadcast industry and is driven in his endeavors. I enjoyed the time worked for Leo and would do it again.” February 21, 2011

Scott Wilhite, Direct Sales Representative, Suddenlink Communications
reported to Leo at Nexus Broadcast

“Leo found a Low Power FM application for me in Land O’Lakes, FL. I lost because of the 3rd Adjacency ruling.” February 21, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Expert, On Time

Dr Dr Doc Thayer 
hired Leo as a Engineering Consultant in 1999

“Leo’s work in developing business and relationship strategies in dealing with Low Power FM (LPFM) in and around the country make him an instrumental individual in resolving and implementing broadcast quality information, entertainment and service to the communities he serves. I would highly recommend him for your next project.” February 21, 2011

Scott LarsonImaging/Production Director-KUDL, Entercom
was with another company when working with Leo at Nexus Broadcast

“Leo is a great engineer I have used his company to work with our stations for more than ten years and I would recommend him without hesitation!” February 21, 2011

Top qualities: Great Results, Good Value, High Integrity

Tony Gray 
hired Leo as a Broadcast Engineer in 2001

“Leo comes highly recommended as an outstanding professional and more than capable of doing the task at hand.”February 25, 2011

Steve WebbOwner, XRQK Radio Group
worked with Leo at Nexus Broadcast

 “We was able to get CP on a NCE Station” February 28, 2011

Top qualities: Personable, Expert, On Time

Jacob De Souza 
hired Leo as a Broadcast Consultant in 2007

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