January 15, 2015
Philadelphia Community Access Media, a local public television station, was granted a license to broadcast on FM radio by the Federal Communications Commission, according to a story on radioworld.com.
Once it is up and running, listeners will be able to hear the station on FM frequency 106.5. The signal will cover most of the city’s downtown.
The public-access station, known as PhillyCAM, said its mission is to provide an environment where people get together to “share media that promotes creative expression, democratic values and civic participation,” according to its website.