Since the mid 90’s, MediaVoice has provided Special Event On-Site FM Radio systems for Business, Sports, Community Events, over-flow for large Funerals, for both inside and outside Churches and Houses of Worship and more. Low Power FM Radio (LPFM) is extremely cost efficient. It is also perfect for spectator sports like Racing and Water events, Exhibitions, Tourist Attraction venues, Festivals, Special Event Marketing, Museums as well as numerous local special event broadcasts. The largest Tall Ships event in Canada (Tall Ships 2000) in Halifax, the Valley Drive-In and the Windsor Pumpkin Regattas are just three of many examples of successful Low Power FM applications that we helped design and installed. LPFM can also dramatically extend a PA system’s reach on site or especially to nearby RV’s trailers, campsites and even vehicles up to several kilometers away.

Important Bulletin for Churches and Houses of Worship…..There are new streamlined regulations now in place in Canada for Churches and Houses of Worship who wish to use Low Power FM as a new local outreach solution. Under new CRTC exemptions, Churches and Houses of Worship can now transmit up to 50 watts (FM) to broadcast any on site ‘live’ activities including Sunday services to your local community ‘without’ a permanent CRTC license. This is a major CRTC FM Radio development that saves you thousands of dollars and substantial set-up costs. Contact Mediavoice for details about this exciting opportunity to add FM Radio to your local outreach strategy. We can have you all set up and broadcasting your weekly or daily services and any ‘live’ events within eight weeks.

While LPFM usage has grown tremendously in the United States and Europe, LPFM is finally catching on in Canada. The reason ? Education. Very few are aware that LPFM is even available and even fewer know what it is. What makes that statement ironic is that LPFM regulations in Canada are actually some of the easiest to navigate. LPFM is very effective for reaching people who ‘want’ your specific information, content or messaging. For an amazing system, LPFM requires proper design, some low cost signage and a professional installation. At MediaVoice, we’ll assess your site and/or event and give you straight answers on whether an LPFM system is right for you. If it is, it can solve many marketing issues and can help earn new revenue for your organization. If an LPFM system is not suited for your site or event, we’ll tell you why. That’s integrity. LPFM will continue to grow in Canada in 2020. Yes, there are specific rules and regulations monitored by Industry Canada and the CRTC but it depends on the application and the equipment you use. With over 25 years experience in Low Power FM, we’ll handle the entire process and deliver an awesome ‘turnkey’ system to your organization, event or special application.

MediaVoice is also the Atlantic Dealer for Decade Transmitters. We’ve been installing these durable, robust and easy to use high quality Canadian LPFM transmitters since 1994. And in over 25 years, guess how many of our LPFM Transmitters have ever had to be replaced or repaired. The answer is one. And only because it took a direct lightning hit in Aylesford during a severe thunder storm back in 2009.

The sign says it all.

The sign says it all.

We also recently completed an installation in metro of an online internet studio. Expanded WiFi is now part of many new vehicles and as we’ll see, WiFi will expand tremendously in vehicles over the next 3 years. Those who establish ‘unique & local’ online services early will be in a great strategic position as micro information services take hold and continue to grow over the next few years. Contact for details and to receive a quote for either an LPFM on-location system, in-store custom audio or to discuss a small media studio for your ‘online’ marketing, podcasting & information strategies.

Congratulations to our newest client to adopt LPFM technology – The Pentecostal Church in Gray Rapids, New Brunswick just purchased an MS100 Series Drive-In Service FM Transmitters. They went ‘live’ with their first Drive In Service on April 5th/2020 and according to Reverend Graham Russell, the congregation and visitors love it.

Also congrats to RFWireless in Toronto. They just purchased a pair of LX75 LPFM Transmitters in May for their specialized broadcast applications serving the greater Toronto area.