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WCOM is a community radio station with a studio in downtown Carrboro, North Carolina, broadcasting a 100-watt signal from an antenna at Scroggs Elementary School in Southern Village in Chapel Hill at 103.5 FM. WCOM is the first low-power FM community radio station in the area to be set up under a program established by the Federal Communications Commission in 2000 to license "LPFM" (Low Power FM) stations. Low-power FM is grassroots radio - an effort to counterbalance the increasing concentration of radio ownership by a few large corporations.