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Have any of you ever started a pirate FM station before in the United States? I really want to DJ some electronic music on a vacant FM channel next year. I've read it's a good idea to buy an expensive but well-made FM transmitter to avoid interference, and keep the FCC off my back longer.

I've got access to multiple rooftops around campus, so I could erect antennas remotely. It would really suck to have my equipment stolen/damaged/confiscated though.

It seems like so much fun, just screwing around on the airwaves and playing good electronic music. The FM radio in my state is such shit, it's all either cumulus or iheartmedia regurgitating the same top 40 garbage.

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