This is a photo of me (right) installing a Ubiquiti STL for KROV 91.1 FM with the help of Daryl Autry. It basically sent their wifi signal 11mi, and up some mountains, to their radio tower, for their new full-power radio signal.
I worked with Common Frequency on some LPFM stuff in 2013. That includes people like Jeff Shaw, Todd Urick, Clay Leander, and Donna DiBianco. For them, I built, developed, or designed:
- This small LPFM website used as a promotion.
- This LPFM channel finder tool. It was used for outreach purposes in 2013 for Common Frequency, but it's redundant considering the recnet channel finder.
- The current layout for the Common Frequency website (but not the website content itself).
Through Common Frequency, I connected with XRAY.fm in Portland, and built a lot of Creek's functionality for them. I mainly worked with Jim Sandberg, Operations Manager, and Matt Blanks, their webmaster and designer. XRAY.fm's website runs on Creek, and their layout was designed by Matt Blanks.
Best Frequencies Forever
I also work closely BFF.fm for their cool little station in San Francisco. Their website runs on Creek, and I designed their layout, while working with their manager.
KZFR 91.1 FM, Chico, CA
KZFR was Creek's first station. Working with them, I built their website framework, underwriter scheduling system, and data API for their mobile apps.