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CitySt. Michael, Alaska
Frequency92.9 MHz
FormatDefunct (was High School)
OwnerAnthony A. Andrews School
First air date
October 4, 2001
Technical information
Facility ID124752
ERP100 watts
HAAT-52 meters (-170 feet)
Transmitter coordinates
63°28′41″N 162°02′17″W / 63.47806°N 162.03806°W / 63.47806; -162.03806

KAMP-LP (92.9 FM) was a high school radio station licensed to serve St. Michael, Alaska. The station was owned by Anthony A. Andrews School. It aired a high school radio format.[1][2]

The station was assigned the KAMP-LP call letters by the Federal Communications Commission on October 4, 2001.[3] The license was cancelled by the FCC on April 20, 2009.[4]

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The "other" KAMP-LP

In 2005, after Hurricane Katrina, the FCC granted a temporary license to a group in Houston, Texas, for a low-power station to broadcast relief information for evacuees inside the Astrodome and the nearby Reliant Center.[5] The station, dubbed KAMP ("Dome City Radio"), was shut down by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) over technical and security concerns. The KAMP callsign was unofficial, an acronym for Katrina Aftermath Media Project, as the official KAMP-LP callsign belongs to the Alaska LPFM.[6] This was one of 20 temporary licenses for low-power emergency relief stations issued by the FCC in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.[5]


  1. ^ "LPFM Alaska". Archived from the original on 2008-03-20.
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Archived from the original on 2010-03-01.
  3. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
  4. ^ "Public Notice Comment". FCC Application Search Details.
  5. ^ a b Ferguson, Sarah (2005-09-06). "FEMA Nixes Grassroots Radio Station for Hurricane Evacuees". Village Voice.
  6. ^ Hauser, Glenn (2005-09-14). "Issue #1287". World of Radio.

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