While volunteering at a local nonprofit FM station in 2011, I watched them struggle with confusing software, and pay ridiculously high prices for it.
Also, I had just graduated from college, and I was looking for a good way to combine software, art, and nonprofits.
I then had the most profound thought of my life:
Ever since then, I've been building software for community radio.
In 2013, KROV 91.1 FM (Oroville, CA) needed to beam a Wi-Fi signal over 12 miles to their antenna on top of a mountain.
To make this happen, Travis (Creek developer, on right), installed their Ubiquiti STL and designed the network infrastructure for their broadcasting systems.