They are called LPFM, or Low Power FM stations, and they are relatively rare. Only two exist in the Raleigh area--WCOM, 103.5 in Carrboro, and WRLY, 93.5, which covers a small section of northeastern Raleigh. These stations are small and can broadcast no further than 3.5 miles on 100 watts. Yet, these small frequencies on the FM dial are highly coveted. Kelly Reid and Jacob Downey have a station, Little Raleigh Radio (LRR), and they have requested the 105.6 position. However, they have competition from four religious groups, one as far away as Texas. Porter explains what the process involves.