It’s a unique Adult Standards operation that is licensed to use an FM translator covering the state capital of Washington, fed by a 250-watt Class D AM with a tower on Capitol Peak. “Whether you like piano rolls, pre-1920 cylinders, 78s from the ’20s, ’30s, ’40s and ’50s or early 45s and mono LPs, this is your station,” promises the Northwest Rock ‘N Roll Preservation Society.
Now, this non-profit could be on the hook for a hefty fine. Why? It lied to the FCC about the status of a construction permit, fibbing its status for a good seven months.