You have to prove certain things, before being given a license to run a FM radio station.
Firstly, before being given a license to run a FM radio station, you need to prove that you have money to pay for the frequencies you will be allocated.
Secondly, before being given a license to run a FM radio station, you have to prove that you are a responsible person: a person who can be allowed to disseminate information to the public.
Thirdly, before being given a license to run a FM radio station, you have to prove that you have the right equipment.
Depending on where you are, there may be other regulatory requirements. The best thing for you to do would be to identify the authority in charge of these things, and get in touch with it, to know what else may be required, before you are allowed to run a FM station. Once you identify the relevant authority, you may just need to log in to Gmail using the information that is accessible at onlinehubinfo.com and then send an email with those queries to that particular authority. All said and done, setting up a FM radio station shouldn’t be too hard – especially if what you have in mind is a community FM station, or a regional FM station.