Basic Radio Station Information
KABF 88.3 FM
City of License:
Little Rock, AR
Little Rock, AR
Arkansas Broadcasting Foundation Inc
KABF is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Little Rock, AR and is part of that radio market. The station airs variety programming and goes by the name "KABF 88.3 FM" on the air.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: Linda M. Johnson on August 15, 2011
Does KABF have a public events calendar on which I could post a weekend event, Reason in the Rock, being held by the Arkansas Society of Freethinkers on March 14 and 15, 2015? I believe we are advertising the event on your station, but I would also like to post on the calendar, if you have one. Thank you for your attention.
By: Karen Seale on February 17, 2015
The Road To Responsibility
To all radio station authorities and channels, at 1:00pm on Saturday, May 23, 2015 you are invited to attend Bountiful Blessings World Fellowship [4424 West 30th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas 72204] which will host the city-wide inaugural RESPOND-I-BILITY presentation. Also ATK Inc. would like to ask you to do an on-air interview explaining RESPOND-I-BILITY. This will be the first in a series of 21st century workshops by Aviate Through Knowledge Incorporated in Little Rock. This emphasizes a healthy proactive stance, and embraces ways to minimize the cultural in-competences by citizens. RESPOND-I-BILITY: The Road to Responsibility is an interactive component that fosters solutions with tips and resources designed to address educational, cultural and social etiquette skills for all Arkansans in-particular millennial-minority-males of color (12-34 yrs. Old) when encountering various kinds of officers of the law. Please share this 21st-century sociocultural education tool with your leaders as a community outreach endeavor as all lives matter in Arkansas and in America.
By: Edmond Davis on April 25, 2015
Tobacco Free Holy Grounds Press Conference/ Great American Smokeout
[North Little Rock, AR November 19, 2015]: The American Cancer Society encourages smokers to take part in the Great American Smokeout® event on the third Thursday of November each year and to make a plan to quit, or to plan in advance and stop smoking that day. Part of the Solution, Inc. is collaborating with members of Arkansas’ faith-based community in an effort to implement tobacco-free church policies that promote safe and healthy worship environments. Please join us November 19 at Changed Life International Ministries (4117 E. Broadway Ave., North Little Rock, AR 72117) at 10:00 AM for a public proclamation of unity and commitment to our mission of tobacco education, prevention and cessation.
Guest Speakers Include: Dr. Evans-Lee, Minority Initiative Sub Recipient Grant Office, Katherine Donald, Coalition for a Tobacco Free Arkansas, Pastor Tiffany Greene-Moorer of Changed Life International Ministries and others.
By: Tonya Estell on November 13, 2015
Hey there! I have a friend who is a singer-songwriter and rapper. His stage name is Prince Ray and I was wondering: would it be possible for him to have some of his songs featured on this radio station so he can get some good exposure?
By: Roman Fischer on May 20, 2016
While traveling through the Little Rock area recently, I listened to a brief portion of a show whose title was, I think, "Respect for Life." The discussion was about the social problems impacting African Americans. While the show's host and the callers were well informed about the history and present regarding the many problems facing African Americans and people of color in general, they, like many other Americans seem to not fully understand the system of European American (white) supremacy and how they (we) all contribute to its continued well-being. If someone from the program would go the Amazon.com and read the comments on the book: THE SYSTEM OF EUROPEAN AMERICAN (white) SUPREMACY AND AFRICAN AMERICAN (black) INFERIORITY, they would see the statement that "racism cannot be defeated." Why? Because we do not understand the system that controls all people of color and poor/working class European Americans. If the topic is of interest, maybe a telephone interview might be possible. Thank you for discussing the topic.
By: Paul Lehman on July 1, 2016
Lupus Foundation of Arkansas presents "An Evening with Grady Nichols Smooth Jazz Concert" along with Shirley Chauvin renowned Hot Springs local jazz soloist at the Little Rock Marriott, Salon A Ballroom, Saturday, August 13, 2016. Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show starts at 7:15 pm. Tickets can be purchased at Uncle T's Food Mart or Ugly Mike's Record in Little Rock. Tickets can also be ordered through Eventbrite with the link to the foundation at email@example.com. All proceeds benefit the foundation to increase awareness of this sometimes crippling systemic autoimmune disease.
By: Gale Davis on July 26, 2016
We invite you to come visit us this Sunday, April 23, 2017. At our Family and Friends Open House Celebration at our new location at 7925 Mabelvale Cutoff right off of (Chicot/Mabelvale Cutoff ) or off of (Geyer Springs/Mabelvale Cutoff )
There will be 3 services following; Sunday Worship @ 10:30 am, Family & Friends Fellowship @ 3:00 pm with Speaker Apostle Preston Smith, Pastor of Good Shepherd C.O.G.I.C. & Gospel musical @ 6:30 pm
We look forward to seeing you there, May God bless you
Pastor Apostle R.E. Dupree & Lady April Dupree
By: Great In Power C.O.J.C. Church of Jesus Christ on April 20, 2017
i have a radio hit! please play it on the radio.. promise i wont waste your time
By: cameron dean on February 25, 2018
I really miss the "Throwback Thursday" show. One day I turned on 88.3 to catch it and discovered that the programing had all been changed. Is there another show on KABF that is like Throwback Thursday?
By: Hayes on June 10, 2018
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