Any way you look at it, there ís simply not enough variety in our local broadcast spectrum. Radio in Central Ohio is dominated by right wing propagandists and commercial mediocrity. Columbus needs broadcast outlets that provide uncensored news/analysis and grassroots multicultural programming.

The Neighborhood Network is applying for a full-power radio license to increase our broadcast opportunities. The FCC has opened a small window for nonprofit groups to apply for full-power radio licenses until October 19!

We need to raise $5000 to complete the filing requirements: attorney fees, engineer fees and filing fees.

The Neighborhood Network, a non-profit, 501c3, media organization currently supplies programming for the Low Power FM Community Radio Station and is a Pacifica Radio Network affiliate.

Please support our efforts to build the community media infrastructure in Central Ohio. Your donation of $25, $50, $100 or more is appreciated!

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Community Radio Project
1240 Bryden Rd.
Columbus, OH 43205