KRFP is now broadcasting on 90.3 FM at 42 watts from our new antenna high on Paradise Ridge.
Our signal is much improved in Moscow and Pullman. KRFP’s progressive broadcasting can now be heard in rural Latah and Whitman Counties. In our first few weeks of broadcasting on 90.3 FM, we have received reports of reception in Genesee, Troy, Deary, Potlatch, Southwick, Garfield, Palouse and Albion.
For those of you who are new, listening to KRFP on 90.3 FM for the first time: Welcome to progressive community radio. We would like to hear from you, and let us know where you are picking up our signal. We would appreciate reception reports at 208-892-9300 or email Station Manager Leigh Robartes at email@example.com
THANK YOU to all who donated to our Step Up to Full Power project. The 42 watts campaign is a success due to the generous donations from our listeners and supporters, the Latah County Community Foundation, and the Latah County Arts and Culture Committee.
We appreciate the dedication of our listeners to Radio Free Moscow and continued support for operations as we reach out and provide progressive news, views, and music, arts and cultural events to the Palouse region. Radio Free Moscow is volunteer driven and has provided reliable programming since 2004 and plans to continue to bring reliable programming to the Palouse for decades to come.
Special shout-out to our volunteer staff, Board of Directors and radio DeeJays for long hours of extra work during the recent 42 watts project and Community Radio Bootcamp training with Donna DiBianco.
Check out our program schedule here.
Read what was written previously about the project, and see signal maps for the future 1100 watt signal and the old Low Power FM signal, here.
KRFP Fall 2013 Schedule – Week at a Glance
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We may have a limited number of spots available during the fall season, or you can get your application in early for the Spring season, which starts in mid-January. We train community members as deejays and radio hosts. No radio experience is necessary.