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Rhode Island takes control of WRNI

By Clea Simon
Globe Correspondent / September 5, 2008

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While it is not exactly a complete declaration of independence, Rhode Island's public station WRNI made a large move toward self-rule on Monday. As a step in the process toward making the public station (which broadcasts at 1290 AM in Providence and 102.7 FM in southern Rhode Island) autonomous, the station announced that it has reached an agreement to take ... (Full article: 647 words)

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