They are called LPFM, or Low Power FM stations, and they are relatively rare. They 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. After five years of dreaming and planning, at 4 pm on Monday, February 17, 2014, Kelly Reid and Jacob Downey achieved their dream when Little Raleigh Radio (LRR) went on the air for the first time. At the moment the broadcast is online, but the ultimate aim is to have an LPFM signal. The station broadcasts local news, music and things of interest to the Raleigh community.