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Leonard F. Plugge

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Border blaster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1345 words)
A border blaster, in contrast to an international broadcast station, was a licensed commercial radio station that transmitted at very high power to the United States of America from various Mexican cities near the border.
It was shut down by the Mexican authorities on February 24, 1933 and the Villa Acuña Broadcasting Company was dissolved.
These stations are different from international broadcasting services because they are illegally operated, and they are different from traditional "pirate" stations because their operations are both political and secretive.
BBC Radio - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1352 words)
In 1927 the British Broadcasting Company became the British Broadcasting Corporation and gained control of the airwaves under the terms of a Royal Charter.
The commercial competitors were for the most part represented by the International Broadcasting Company that bought blocks of airtime on transmitters based in Europe outside of the British Isles.
British Broadcasting Company, Ltd., for a history of the BBC prior to 1927.
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