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Asheville FM is ready to take the next step in being a model for locally-focused Internet radio with worldly appeal.  Let's go!
Asheville FM is ready to take the next step in being a model for locally-focused Internet radio with worldly appeal. Let's go!
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      Van Smith on April 14, 2012

      This is another win that I am proud to be a part of. Congratulations guys.

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      Reginald Whicker on April 14, 2012

      Yeaaaaaaaaah yeaaaaaaaaah!

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      Steven Howard on April 13, 2012

      My my, 58 hours to go- don't stop now!! Great job!

    4. Laurie Anne on April 13, 2012

      Congratulations! Glad I could help out. Woo Hoo for independent Radio Stations!!!!!! Thank you!

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      Clary Lamberton on April 13, 2012

      congrats to AFM and much love to all the supporters : )

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      Heather Hogsed on April 13, 2012

      so proud you guys!!!! so very proud!!!! xoxoxoxo

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      Brian Sanders on April 13, 2012

      Brian Sanders in UK. As with Van below, Doug pointed me in this direction along with regular FMU listener Annie. Dropped something modest but the target looks close as summertime. Good luck.

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      Creator Asheville Free Media (deleted) on April 12, 2012

      Van, thank you very much!

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      Van Smith on April 12, 2012

      At the urging of Doug Schulkind, DJ, aka Drummer Some, of Give The Drummer Some of Give the Drummer Radio at WFMU, I have decided to help you. I hope and pray that your goal is reached. All respects to you.

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      Priya Ray on April 10, 2012

      Dam 6 days to go-All or nothing. Without AFM there is a great void in Asheville

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      Creator Asheville Free Media (deleted) on April 4, 2012

      Michael - thanks for listening and your support. We are very grateful!

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      Creator Asheville Free Media (deleted) on April 4, 2012

      Thanks Katie... it's a definite wink to Ken Burns!

    13. Michael Klein on April 4, 2012

      Been listening for a while. Glad to help.

    14. Katie Damien on March 29, 2012

      Love your video with the letter-from-a-soldier vibe. That was awesome. Best of luck on your campaign. Keep Asheville weird!

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      Creator Asheville Free Media (deleted) on February 16, 2012

      For those interested in the narrators on the video, the main narrator is Jonathan Price, host of "Tenor to Tabla". The narrator of the letter segment is Randy Booher, host of "And the Address".