Basic Radio Station Information

WAFR 88.3 FM

City of License:
Tupelo, MS

Religious (Christian)

Tupelo, MS

Web site:

American Family Association

WAFR is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Tupelo, MS and is part of that radio market. The station airs religious programming. WAFR is owned by American Family Association.

Nearby Radio Stations

WAQB 90.9 FM, Wizard 106.7, Power 92 Jamz, Gospel 99.3, WWMR 102.9 FM, WXWX 96.3 FM, WMAE 89.5 FM, WBIP 1400 AM, WKIU 94.9 FM, Tupelo Talk 1060

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Tupelo, MS

WAJS 91.7 FM, WAQB 90.9 FM

Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi, my name is Lucinda Avant. I have completed a gospel CD and wondering if it's ok if you can play my songs on your radio? How do I go by giving you my CD if it's alright? I also write spiritual messages and wondering if I can share that as well.
By: Lucinda Avant on August 21, 2015

A station in Wilmington,NC 88.5 is blocking your station in Raeford, NC. I live 30 miles fromRaeford and 80 miles from Wilmington. Why is the station here coming in so poorly? Is 88.5 blocking the signal? Thank youy
By: tom reaves on June 9, 2016

Your radio station is a JOKE!!
By: People with a brain on January 3, 2019

By: michael logan on January 11, 2019

I think your station is a Godsend and feeds my soul everyday. I have a few area's where reception is difficult to pick up, but I stay of your station 80-90% of the time. Due to my usual travel times I catch JJ and John in am and Abe in the evening and occasionally the rest of the crew. We Love all your crew and pray God continues to bless mightily. Thanks Billions
By: rickey on February 21, 2019

My name is Darrell Hykes and I'm the CEO/President/Owner/Head Coach of The Team America Titans which is a youth sports organization based in the Atlanta Metropolitan area. My program focuses on youth basketball players that do not receive the same "opportunities" as elite players which is why I put together a basketball tournament for high school seniors that want "that" same opportunity. If you will, please announce this over the air to any students that might be intereseted (the tournament is listed in the latest edition of Okolona Messenger): Good day! This is Coach Hykes of the Team America Titans. If you're a high school senior (male or female) and have a desire to play basketball at the next level then you definitely want to be a part of The OHS Senior B-Ball Invitational Tourney! My goal is to create opportunities. I'm not guaranteeing you'll play at the next level however this tournament is designed to give you a taste of and help you prepare for what could be next.. Having played competitive basketball (youth & rec centers, middle school, high school, college intramurals, and military) starting as early as the age of 5, I know what it's like to miss opportunities and trust me, you don't want to miss this one. Here's some basic info about the tournament... Location: Okolona HS, 404 Doctor Howard Gunn Street, Okolona, MS 38860 When: Saturday & Sunday / March 16-17 Tourney Rules and Schedules.docx What if I'm home schooled, didn't play for my school's team, or I dropped out? No problem. As long as you've completed your junior year of high school, you're eligible for this tournament. How much does the tournament cost? $50.50 per player (if players need financial assistance, please let me know) What's the maximum age to participate? 19. There will be a separate mens and womens game for players 20+. Will college coaches be present? No promises however I've reached out to 200+ college and/or university basketball reps in the state of MS! Should I expect to have fun? Yes! Originally, we were only inviting players from Chickasaw, Monroe, and Lee Counties however we've expanded the field to include players from Calhoun, Clay, Pontotoc, and Webster. Thanks. Darrell
By: Darrell Hykes on March 13, 2019

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