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Local radio station gets a boost

The local low-power FM station, KPGC 95.1, has been broadcasting from Norman since January 2017.
While listeners in Norman and the surrounding area have received the signal without difficulty, that has not been the case for those in Mt. Ida due to interference from the mountain between the two towns.
The signal is strong enough in Glenwood to be received in cars, but not in homes.
The FCC recently granted His Will, Inc., the nonprofit that owns KPGC, a construction permit to build a full-power, noncommercial FM station that will replace the current low-power FM. The new station will have the same Christian format and call letters, but will be at a different location on the FM dial. Itwill broadcast at 10x the current power, providing excellent reception in homes and businesses in Mt. Ida and Glenwood.
His Will, Inc. is raising funds for construction. While the change will not take place immediately, it is expected to happen in a year or less—well before the construction permit expires in 2025.
KPGC is supported by listeners and local businesses. All donations are appreciated whether they are one-time or monthly. Some businesses choose to become Underwriting Partners at affordable rates so their business name and information can be mentioned regularly on the air. Several options for supporting the station are available on the website, www.kpgc951.com.
Free Public Service Announcements (PSA’s) about meetings and events for non-profit organizations and churches are broadcast on KPGC upon request. Local pastors are welcome to contact Station Manager, Len Doughty about making free on-air invitations to their services. They would be welcome to voice their own announcements or have it done by the station. PSA’s are usually 30 seconds long. Call Len at (870) 334-2082 or email him at kpgclp@gmail.com for information related to underwriting for commercial businesses or free public service announcements for non-profit organizations.
KPGC thanks you for your support over the last 5 years! We look forward to serving you even better with 10x the power in the near future

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