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Actually, that's the entire station: studio, transmitter, automation system, everything but the antenna. All of the programming is downloaded over the Internet to the computer's hard drive system -- most of it comes from WFMT's classical music service for public radio stations -- and played back according to the log, which Harry can set up over the Internet from his home office. The black coax at upper left leads to the antenna.
Harry hopes that, once the station has a few more fund drives under its belt that it will eventually move to a more formal studio and broadcast more local programming.
Copyright 2005, Garrett Wollman. All rights reserved. Photograph taken 2005-06-07.