NFCB Hires Low Power FM Director
San Francisco - May 7, 2002 - Kai Aiyetoro has been named low-power FM director at the National Federation of Community Broadcasters, San Francisco. Previously she held positions as development director at KKFI 90.1 FM in Kansas City, MO, program director at KJLU 88.9 FM in Jefferson City, MO, and general manager at WRFG 89.3 FM in Atlanta. Most recently Aiyetoro served as director of finance at National AIDS Education & Services for Minorities in Atlanta.
As low-power FM director at the NFCB, Aiyetoro will work with community-oriented groups that receive LPFM authorizations as the primary contact for information and services necessary to build and run a low-power local station. She will also be responsible for developing and producing a low-power manual, coordinating group buys, consulting services to community-based LPFM stations and maintaining communications with the Low Power Radio Advisory Board.
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