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What's your favorite radio station?

 
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Mine's KBGA 89.9 FM

 
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KABF community supported radio out of Little Rock Arkansas 88.1 (all the way to the LEFT...on the dial)

edit...I see now this is in the Missoula forum so maybe you intended just stations there locally?
 
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Mine was the oldies station...RIP...does anyone know what happened to the Bop she bop?
 
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WFMU.org Jersey City NJ just outside NYC.

It is the only 100% listener sponsored radio station in the country, possibly the world. Nothing compares. They are true "artists of radio" All the DJs are volunteers and they are all music fanatics and scholars. You can listen to archives spanning decades and they have great music library with free and legal downloads. If you give this station some time, you won't be disappointed. http://wfmu.org/

For Classical Music WPRB.com Princeton University, NJ Monday thru Friday 6am till 11am. Especially on Thursday morning. Just astounding programing http://www.wprb.com/


For the best in Jazz WBGO.org Newark, NJ All day and night! http://www.wbgo.org/

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