Low Power FM Radio Stations
The OneMusic Low Power FM broadcast licence gives Low Power FM radio stations access to a world-wide repertoire of music of over 5,000,000 songs from around the world.
Low Power FM broadcasters are broadcasting services whose reception is limited by transmission power (under 1 watt) and reception area. These services can be received on standard radio sets but according to MBIE specifications are available on guard band frequencies only. The Low Power FM licence is for non-commercial stations that use advertising for cost recovery purposes only. The licence allows for limited revenue collection by the broadcaster - up to $10,000 per year.
A non-commercial low power radio station (including any associated internet simulcast) with no Gross Advertising Revenue. $250 + GST per annum.
A low power radio station (including any associated internet simulcast) with less than $5,000 annual Gross Advertising Revenue. $380 + GST per annum.
A low power radio station (including any associated internet simulcast) with between $5,000 and $10,000 annual Gross Advertising Revenue. $560 + GST per annum.
It's important to note that the OneMusic Low Power FM licence does not include the permission to reproduce music, including production music.
For more information about the Low Power FM licence click here.