Radio Station Information
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Athabascan Fiddlers Association, Inc.
KRFF is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Fairbanks, AK and is part of that radio market.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
do you have local talk shows ?
By: harry karmun on December 27, 2013
Hello, my name is Yatibaey Evans, I would like to promote Alaska Native Education and our events. Is there a chance for me to speak on your radio station to help promote our Alaska Native Education Program and our events? I would really appreciate your time and I look forward to your favorable reply. Thank you.
By: Yatibaey Evans on April 17, 2014
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By: James Howard on May 17, 2014
It's all about the music, so let us listen to it. Don't need running oratory overriding that we most look forward to.
By: howard beasley on November 13, 2015
I would love to talk to someone from your station about my late father's autobiograhpy The Way it Was by Malachy Donoghue who lived in Fairbanks in the 1950s. The book is doing very well and is on amazon and kindle best seller lists. It is getting amazing feedback and sales have been robust. The book talks a lot about when he worked in Fairbanks and how he got there. He worked many jobs but the first two were at the Gold Stream Camp and the El Dorado Camp. Later he worked locating a goldfield from 1939 and reestablishing it, etc. The book is fascinating and is beginning to gain a lot of traction Alaska. I just did an interview with Lori Townsend from Alaska Public Radio that aired last week. I will post the link below for you to listen to but please email me back so we can discuss doing something in the future in regard to my father's legacy as he adored his time living in Fairbanks. Please email me when you get a chance at firstname.lastname@example.org and listen to the interview below.
By: Mike Donoghue on January 5, 2018
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