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Rogue Radio Research is dedicated to the scholarly study of micro radio. This site contains original research on micro radio, general and specific guides, information, and annotated links to micro radio and related resources.
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Rogue Radio Research materials are for educational purposes only. This material may not be reproduced with the exception of brief excerpts with proper attribution. This material is copyrighted and all rights are reserved. The following materials are full text.
Sailing the Spectrum from Pirates to Micro Broadcasters:
Herding Cats: Anarchism, Organization, and Free Radio
Defining Public Interest in the Micro Radio Debate: Canadian v. U.S. Policies.
Hardware Handshake: Listserv forms Backbone of National Free Radio Network.
Free Radio v. the FCC: A Case Study of Micro Broadcasting
Pirates to Micro Broadcasters:The Rise of the Micro Radio Movement
New Scholarship for a New Media: Reaching the People Through the People's Networks
FCC Enforcement Difficulties with Unlicensed Micro Radio
High Speed Access: Micro Radio, Action, and Activism on the Internet
These are studies in progess, general information, data, and other useful materials.
Notes and Observations from the First Micro Radio Conference April 6, 1996 in Oakland, CA.