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Open Source Bridge on KBOO’s Digital Divide

You OSB fans out there should know that co-chair Shawna Scott will be having a chat about all things Open Source Bridge on the Digital Divide radio program on KBOO — Friday, May 13th 11:00am-12:00pm PST. At the appointed time, point your digital devices at http://kboo.fm/ and hit “Listen Now”! If you missed it you can point your digital device at http://kboo.fm/program/digital-divide.

a photo of Shawna Scott

Shawna Scott

One Comment

  1. Bart Massey
    Posted May 11, 2016 at 10:25 am | Permalink

    KBOO also transmits analog audio using radio waves at a frequency of 90.7 million cycles per second (MHz) and a power level of 26.5 kilowatt using frequency modulation (FM) from a tower in Portland, Oregon.

    KBOO’s analog audio is simultaneously transmitted by two FM “repeater” stations: one in Philomath, Oregon operating at a frequency of 104.3 MHz and one at a location in the Columbia River Gorge operating at a frequency of 91.9 MHz.

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