Cat Radio

Mission-based Pirate Cat Radio has been through some tough times. Last year, they were fined $10,000 by the FCC and forced to limit their streams to the internet exclusively.

Now they have an unique opportunity to take the “Pirate” out of “Pirate Cat” and get a legitimate FM license. Yup, they want to become a real, legal radio station. Does this mean we’ll be hearing more Red Hot Chili Peppers on their playlists? Because, let me tell you, I just don’t get enough of those guys on the radio.

The only obstacle is an astronomical fee of $60,000. In two weeks. If they had a soundboard, this is where they would cue the reverse slide whistle.

They’re going to have to sell a shit-ton of coffee to get there, but you can help them out on their kickstarter campaign. Pledging $25 gets you a T-shirt and a sticker. So if you like what they do, help them out and wish them luck.

[More info at Pirate Cat Radio]

6 Responses to “Cat Radio”

  1. Travis says:

    I hate to increase the amount of negativity on the internet by saying so, but there’s probably about a trillion better ways to spend sixty thousand dollars than this.

  2. bisbee says:

    pirate cat sux

  3. chalkman says:

    KFJC at 89.7 is my favorite lowpower station, KUSF is great as well….

  4. Canary says:

    Pirate Cat is the shit, KUSF and KFJC are also rad. But you don’t really know how rad pirate cat is until it’s back on the air…

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