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According to David Armstrong in A Trumpet to Arms: Alternative Media in America, "Milam's passion for community radio-and . million from the sale of a second station, KDNA-St. Louis, to commercial broadcasters in 1973-led him to become a veritable Johnny Appleseed of community radio. The "godless" petition. In December, 1974, Milam and Jeremy Lansman, both radio broadcast consultants in California, sent a petition to the Federal Communications Commission asking for a freeze on new licenses for educational television and radio channels, and an investigation into religious broadcasters.
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