Mar 29, 2014 11:33 PM by Olivia DeGennaro, KSBY News
Morro Bay officially has a new community radio station.
97.3 FM "The Rock" officially went on air at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday.
After a two-year wait, the community station finally received their FCC license and began broadcasting.
Founder Hal Abrams said it took a village to get the station on the air.
"[We were] rallying the troops," he said. "Finding people that are interested in community radio and that want to participate."
The station is a non-profit organization.
It took about $30,000 to get "The Rock" on air, and they estimate it will cost about $5,000 every year to keep it running.
The station has 26 different on-air talents right now.
It will be broadcasting both talk shows and music shows, and genres of music will range from classical to hip-hop.
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