LPFM CPs ARE EXPIRING! DON'T MISS OUT! ~ REC is providing discounts for LPFMs on the verge of expiration that need to move sites. [learn more]
REC will be unavailable to file any applications (other than Form 319 requests through EZForms and AM on FM translator requests for the new rules) between April 1~13, 2017 Please get your requests in for before or after those dates. Thank you for your understanding. (Translator requests must be received and prepared prior to 4/2.)

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LPFM CPs are expiring soon. We have discounts for LPFMs on the verge of expiring. [learn more]

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REC is providing services to AM stations to prepare for a new FM translator window potentially in 2017.

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Anime Hardcore Radio/Hardcore J celebrates anniversary

This is Anime Hardcore's Third and Hardcore J's Second

REC's Anime Hardcore Radio is celebrating it's third anniversary this weekend. Anime Hardcore Radio was created Memorial Day weekend of 2000 as a format change from the old "Powerpuff-Hardcore" radio service. Over the past 3 years as many as 6 different services have operated under the Anime Hardcore Radio name. Due to increased costs due to the new royalty fees that now must be paid, Anime Hardcore Radio eventually reduced to the single feed that it is today.

In celebration of it's three year aniversary, the remaining Anime Hardcore broadcast, Hardcore One has switched to Narrowband audio. This change permits us to expand our music selection as well as provide scheduled programming.

AM Query Enhancements

New functionality in REC's AM Query Tool.

A new release of AM Query has been released tonight.

The new version of AM Query will not only contain information on USA stations but on all Western Hemisphere stations listed in the FCC's database. (Obviously, we can not guarantee the accuracy of the data outside the USA, it's what the FCC feeds us.)

A new Frequency search has been added. You can enter the frequency and all stations will be displayed. The default search gives you the USA, Canada and Mexico. You can use the checkboxes to add other countries north of the Equator or add the stations south of the Equator.

Clicking on the "nighttime" box will allow you to view only the nighttime database records. This is helpful if you are trying to DX an AM station.

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