Low-cost technology allows pirate radio to flourish in N.Y.

Pirate FM stations abound in New York City, with licensed broadcasters being interrupted by sometimes sophisticated operations that have dedicated fans in immigrant communities. New technology makes it easy to set up such operations, whose proponents argue they serve otherwise underserved communities. Some question the Federal Communications Commission's ability to enforce licensing rules, although two DJs operating the unlicensed 104.7 the Fire Station in New York were recently arrested.

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