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In North America
- 87.75 MHz, a frequency-modulated audio subcarrier used by all NTSC-M analog channel 6 television stations
- For a listing of channel 6 television stations that promote their audio feeds as their primary signal, advertising as being on 87.7 FM, see Category:Channel 6 radio stations.
- 87.7 is one of the few FM frequencies that is guaranteed to have virtually no interference when used with a personal FM transmitter in the US.
87.7 MHz is commonly used for stations operating under the Restricted Service Licence, such as:
- Bailrigg FM, Lancaster University, Bailrigg, England
- Brighton Festival Radio, Brighton, England
- Eastbourne Youth Radio, Eastbourne, England
- NME Radio in Manchester, England
- Radio Ramadhan, Glasgow, Scotland 
- Storm FM, University of Wales (Prifysgol Bangor University), Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales
- Worthy FM, A radio station broadcast during the Glastonbury Festival
- Withybush FM, Withybush Hospital, Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire, Wales
- Honiton Community College Radio FM, Honiton Community College, Honiton, Devon, South West England
- Infinity Radio (Stamford) Lincs
- Radio Christmas (Amersham) Buckinghamshire
- Knockhill Racing Circuit use this frequency to broadcast 'Knockhill FM' on race days
- Goodwood Festival of Speed broadcasts radio programming during the Festival of Speed and Goodwood Revival
- Brands Hatch uses this frequency during events to broadcast 'Radio Brands'
- Radio Station Spain - TKO Gold 96.7 fm
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- ENLEFKO 87.7 FM RADIO
- 87.7 Bailrigg FM :: Contact Us :: The Original Student Sound
- Brighton Festival Radio | Don’t miss out, listen in | 87.7 FM | From 3 May 2011
- "Eastbourne Youth Radio". Retrieved 5 October 2014.
- NME Radio goes live in Manchester 87.7FM | News | NME.COM
- Radio Ramadhan - Glasgow
- Storm 87.7FM, Prifysgol Bangor University - Media UK
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