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August 17, 2006 at 2:57 PM

KUOW gets money for digital radio

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting is giving KUOW public radio $66,536 to buy equipment to make the transition to digital radio. That’s according to a press release sent out today by Sen. Maria Cantwell, who is a member of the Senate Commerce Committee, which has oversight authority over the CPB.

The grant money is part of $964,000 in grants to Washington state public radio station.

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