Radio Station Information
City of License:
Community Public Radio, Inc.
WNEE is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Patterson, GA. The station broadcasts Easy Listening programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: tropic isalnd cafe on December 7, 2014
Reported to the FCC for non-profit fraud and theft of services. In 2014, WNEE Patterson and WEEZ Greensboro cheated their sponsors out of prepaid underwriter agreements when existing agreements were canceled without notice. The owners changed formats without notice and canceled station phone service to avoid off air complaints and refund requests. Both stations accepted underwriter payments for services neither entity was equipped to provide, neither entity had any station monitoring equipment installed, and operated out of tolerance to the extreme annoyance of the public, its sponsors, and outside contractors. Both stations failed to maintain local studios, failed to monitor transmitter equipment, refused to hire employees or volunteers, did not monitor public phones, refused to address off air disruptions, refused to pay for requested service repairs, and were completely unable to provide proof of performance reports since logging capabilities were observed to be disabled on purpose to save available hard drive space and conceal music playlist information to minimize unpaid music streaming royalty bills. As non-profit directors, the station owners received exclusive underwriting trade benefits that only enriched themselves and abused public frequencies by failing to provide sufficient current local programming or any undated programming of any kind. Both stations were used as the owner's personal iPods. Explain how you managed to get a non-profit to buy your $500,000 dollar Athens home on Coday Bluf and only manage to upload a total of eight or nine audio testimonies, which never invited a single soul to church? Better yet, where is my money?
By: Bob Invesco on November 12, 2019
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