Ann Arbor, MI, August 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Ann Arbor Community Radio has launched a new online home at GoodVibe.FM. Ann Arbor Community Radio is Washtenaw county's newest low power FM licensee. The future station's official call sign is WEGV and will soon broadcast from the frequency at 102.3FM. The station is licensed to the Make this World Foundation, a Michigan based non profit devoted to outreach and advocacy through media. “We hope GoodVibe.FM gives us an online destination that's user friendly and easy to remember while also communicating a bit of what we're about as a new station,” explained David Pittman, General Manager for Ann Arbor Community Radio.
The station has two original radio programs in development and plans to feature a mix of independent music, local news and cultural arts programming throughout it's schedule. Founder David Pittman is a veteran multimedia producer and voice talent with previous career assignments at WJR, WUOM, WGPR radio and TV-Tokyo in New York City. Arbor Community Radio currently streams audio through it's website and on mobile devices, but expects to be on-air by the end of the year.
About Low Power Radio
Low power FM (LPFM) stations are noncommercial, run by non-profit organizations, schools, community groups, local governments and churches. They are not available to individuals or for commercial operations. LPFMs operate at 100 watts or less and may reach a broadcast radius of approximately 3-10 miles. The Local Community Radio Act of 2010 has provided historic access to the airways for hundreds of new LPFM stations across the United States.
About Make This World Foundation
Ann Arbor Community Radio is a project of the Make This World Foundation, a Michigan based Not for Profit Corporation formed in 2009. The foundation is organized to provide multimedia distribution services for cause related media campaigns. The group is particularly focused on promoting greater diversity on the airwaves by providing access to audiences traditionally under-represented in media including multicultural families, women and seniors. For more information call 734-219-3649 email email@example.com or visit www.goodvibe.fm.