Jay Blessed, who listened to various unlicensed stations when she moved from Trinidad to Brooklyn more than a decade ago and broadcasted her own online radio show, prepare to update her blog she says will interface with her new podcast program. Federal lawmakers and broadcasters are increasingly worried about pirate radio’s presence in some cities as unlicensed broadcasters commandeer frequencies to play anything.
Jay Blessed, who listened to various unlicensed stations when she moved from Trinidad to Brooklyn more than a decade ago and broadcasted her own online radio show, prepare to update her blog she says will interface with her new podcast program. Federal lawmakers and broadcasters are increasingly worried about pirate radio’s presence in some cities as unlicensed broadcasters commandeer frequencies to play anything. Bebeto Matthews Associated Press
Jay Blessed, who listened to various unlicensed stations when she moved from Trinidad to Brooklyn more than a decade ago and broadcasted her own online radio show, prepare to update her blog she says will interface with her new podcast program. Federal lawmakers and broadcasters are increasingly worried about pirate radio’s presence in some cities as unlicensed broadcasters commandeer frequencies to play anything. Bebeto Matthews Associated Press

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