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Japan's First Non-Profit Radio Turns 10

The first non-profit community radio station to be licensed for broadcast in Japan made its debut a decade ago out of a small corner cafe in Kyoto city. Kyoto Sanjo Radio Cafe [ja], FM 79.7 on the dial, celebrated its 10-year anniversary on March 31, 2013. They aired a program to talk about how things have been in the community since the first broadcast.

FM79.7 Kyoto Sanjo Radio Cafe

FM79.7 Kyoto Sanjo Radio Cafe celebrates 10 year anniversary on March 31, 2013

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