It doesn't help that the station broadcasts with a measly 200 watts of power. "We're still planning a new transmitter," says Yee. It's currently projected to cost $50,000, with construction starting in early 2013. "We're going for 3,000 watts so we can reach a larger range of people as far east as Ypsilanti and as far west as Dexter and Chelsea," Yee says. "But not as far west as Jackson. There's a high school radio station there at our frequency."
[Originally published in July, 2012.]