Pirate Cat Radio can be back on the air in San Francisco! Bring Pirate Cat back to your radio dial and keep it there! Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on October 21, 2010.
About this project
One year ago, Pirate Cat Radio 87.9fm was fined $10,000 by the FCC for broadcasting without at license from the FCC. Since then, Pirate Cat Radio has left an empty spot on our radio dials leaving the inter-webs as the only place Pirate Cat Radio could be heard.
KPDO 89.3fm in Pescadero took some Pirate Cat shows and re-broadcasted them. With Pirate Cat Radio's help, KPDO has become voice for the residents of the Pescadero area. But this again leaves Pirate Cat Radio short of a permanent home on the radio dial.
San Francisco needs Pirate Cat Radio back on the air, to help the voices of thousands of others to be heard and this needs to be done legally.
Impossible? There is a way!
The founder of Pirate Cat Radio has found a license for a full power legal radio station, that Pirate Cat Radio can use.
The only obstacle: $60,000.00 usd
That's where you come in!
What makes Pirate Cat Radio so special?
Live sessions with:
John Vanderslice - http://www.onenightmusic.com/music/session/john-vanderslice/...
All My Pretty Ones - http://vimeo.com/9119398
The Dwarfs - http://www.facebook.com/#!/video/video.php...
Maple Bacon Lattes - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
PIRATE CAT RADIO IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION
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