College radio stations, which have long given a first break to little-known musicians and offered a voice for idiosyncratic viewpoints, are at risk of losing their identity to budget-cutters, a grass-roots campaign warns, USA Today reports. More than 350 college radio stations are going to the airwaves Tuesday to fight against a steady stream of universities nationwide that have been selling or transferring their FM licenses to non-student operations, usually in response to tighter budgets and a rapidly changing media industry…

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