It seemed like a dream come true when the Federal Communications Commission unleashed a slew of new low-power FM frequencies for nonprofits and churches to vie for. El Centro Cultural de México launched Radio Santa Ana online, not knowing if they'd be one of the lucky bidders. The bilingual station broadcasts on the Internet in the meantime, with dispatches from Radio Caracol delivering substantive segments on community happenings. Most of the programming is in Spanish, but Itz Happening chops up local and national politics in English. With hosts Joese Gloria and Dylan Thompson acting as a left-wing Kevin and Bean, the program adds a much-needed dose of humor. In tandem with Latino Health Access, Radio Santa Ana got an FCC-approved FM frequency in July. Now comes the hard work of building a terrestrial station. Here's a tip: Whoever ends up program director needs to give the people what they want; pepper in a funk-and-oldies show to mix with all the political content because there can be no SanTana revolution without the Bar-Kays or Brenton Wood!