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Pirate cat hawaiian shirt Pirate Cat radio rebroadcast The Howard Stern Show in 2006 in its uncensored form from Sirius Satellite Radio in the Los Angeles area without permission, although the signal was inconsistent. Howard Stern himself expressed frustration that his subscription-based show was being spread for free, pleading with his audience to “just pay the 42 cents a day” for the Sirus service to access his content. The FCC had previously in 2004 cited Stern’s show on Clear Channel for “repeated graphic and explicit sexual descriptions,” prior to moving to Sirus satellite radio. Listeners to the illegal rebroadcasts did claim to have heard profane content on 88.3 Fm in Los Angeles. A physical location and café were opened in January 2008 for DJs and live audiences in the Mission District, San Francisco, built out by the staff.
Pirate cat hawaiian shirt By 2005, Roberts claimed that he had been sent 160 warning letters from the FCC, and that he wasn’t bothered by the possibility of his signal interfering with other broadcasters. He continued to ignore FCC letters, and reasoned that although his transmitting equipment could be seized, it wouldn’t be likely to be prosecuted for broadcasting illegally. Plans were made to form a pirate television station similar to Berkeley pirate radio legend Stephen Dunifer’s low-cost experimental setup, but ultimately all that was broadcast were a catalog of DivX .avi files on a homebrew server, though the station was actively soliciting more content at that time. In a radio interview with Skidmark Bob on Free Radio Santa Cruz in May 2005, Roberts discusses obtaining and rebroadcasting copies of BBC’s Doctor Who series before being available in the United States. Roberts called on listeners to “set up your own station and start playing whatever you want on TV … Now is the time, get on it.” Roberts claimed that the online stream could hold up to 800 people, and planned for Pirate Cat Radio to reach 1000 watts using a directional Yagi-Uda antenna he had built.
In March 2009, Anthony Bourdain brought his show No Reservations to San Francisco and visited Pirate Cat Radio to try the Bacon Maple Latte, a unique creation of baristas of the Pirate Cat Radio Cafe. An account of his visit aired on the Travel Channel in early August 2009. That same month, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors recognized Pirate Cat Radio for the station’s “…trailblazing efforts towards freeing the airwaves from corporate control, providing the community with training in radio broadcast skills, empowering voices ignored by traditional media outlets; and contributing to the advancement of the City’s coffee culture…”.
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