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America's rural radio stations are vanishing – and taking the country's soul with them

16 mins | Jun 16, 2019
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Rural stations frequencies' are becoming occupied by physically and socially detached urban stations. Debbie Weingarten, writing in the Guardian, meets Mark Lucke, the station manager dedicating his time and the airwaves to the requests of retired cowboys, and in turn keeping the community connected.
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