KPDO

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This article is about the California radio station. For the German political party, see Communist Party of Germany (Opposition).
KPDO
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City of license Pescadero, California
Branding KPDO 89.3 FM Community Radio for Pescadero and the South Coast
Frequency 89.3 (MHz)
First air date May 8, 2010
Format Eclectic
ERP 100 watts
HAAT -35.9 meters
Class A
Facility ID 89081
Owner Pescadero Public Radio Service
Website www.pescaderoradio.org

KPDO is a community radio station licensed on 89.3 MHz at Pescadero, California. It is non-commercial and listener-sponsored.

The station provided public affairs, news, and music programming, both locally and nationally sourced.[1]

Pirate Cat Radio founder Daniel "Monkey Man" Roberts brought KPDO back on air on May 8, 2010.[2] He left without notice in November 2010. KPDO founder and board president Maggie Celeste Worden took over for Roberts and has indicated she would lead the station in a new direction, forming a community advisory board featuring representation from local schools, businesses, and elected officials.[3]

As of October 2011, the FCC had granted special temporary authority to remain silent until June 2012.[4][dated info]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Bixler, Lily (2010-07-07). "KPDO kicks off first pledge drive". HMB Review. Retrieved 2010-07-07. [dead link]
  2. ^ Harrell, Ashley (2010-05-26). "The Radio Pirate Goes Legit". San Francisco Weekly. Retrieved 2010-05-26. 
  3. ^ Noack, Mark (2011-05-12). "KPDO replaces expatriate station manager". Half Moon Bay Review. Retrieved 2011-05-13. 
  4. ^ Snowdon, H. Taft (2011-10-18). "In re: KPDO(FM) Pescadero, CA, Facility ID No. 89081, Silent Since June 14, 2011: Request For Special Temporary Authority To Remain Silent". Washington, D.C.: Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved 2012-02-01. 

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Coordinates: 37°15′22″N 122°24′36″W / 37.256°N 122.410°W / 37.256; -122.410