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May 1, 2007 at 4:53 PM

Feedback on KEXP

The best response so far to Monday’s column on KEXP and the Internet radio royalty situation came from Seattle radio producer Tim Shook.

He pointed to an article he wrote last year about the history of another cool local, independent station with a strong Web presence — Nathan Hale High’s KNHC-FM (89.5).

For more on the station, known as C-89, here are a few earlier pieces we ran.

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