David perhaps you can share your expertise on this. How is a Non Commercial LPFM such as WYPW allowed to sound like a commercial station with a current music log, imaging, air talent (not serving as educational but entertainment) and spots. I thought the point of LPFM's was to have an education and community requirement. It seems in many markets both LPFM's and Non Com stations below 92 on the dial are getting away with sounding like straight ahead commercial stations complete with paid talent and a Sales Staff. In that case are these stations really making that much to cover costs of keeping the stations on the air and pay staffs? The big companies even have a hard time doing this.