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Yes, rules are just the technical restriction placed upon the emission of radio waves. The only item in this country’s rules that limit content are regarding profanity.
Of course, profanity is also subjective, left to the Court system to decide.
And while low power, license free broadcasters are world wide, rules are different from one country to the next. For that reason, the ALPB does not refer to our endeavors as “Part 15” operations. Rather, we are LICENSE FREE, LOW POWER BROADCASTERS the world over.
Each Member Station has there own “rules” to satisfy regardless of their location. Like wise, content must be acceptable to their region. So it is up to the individual to be creative within the social constraints.
The ALPB is working hard to develop a network of license free, low power broadcasters. There is strength in numbers and as we grow, our purpose to aid member stations will grow as well.
The ALPB – a network of LICENSE FREE, LOW POWER BROADCASTERS BRINGING RADIO BACK TO THE PEOPLE.