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FCC approves sale of KUSF 90.3FM in corrupt "back room" deal
DJ Rubble
Close to a year and a half after appealing the questionable sale and shutdown, with submission of voluminous legal documents, the FCC simply approved the deal between the rule-breaking parties without any inclusion of KUSF attorneys. KUSF has 30 days to appeal and will. After a big station meeting two weeks ago, DJ Rubble interviewed KUSF In Exile DJ Irwin Swirnoff, who expresses the station’s outrage and resolve. Irwin presents the legal decision, activist strategies, and continuing internet radio broadcasting and other community-based music activities KUSF in Exile is engaging in while seeking avenues back onto the airwaves. (19 minutes)

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