January 01, 2003
Public Radio Returns In Fort Collins
source: The Coloradoan.com
New voices will join the public airways in 2003 as KRFC brings community public radio back to the city... KRFC will be a commercial-free, grassroots public radio station, meaning it will be run and staffed mostly by volunteers, and be heard in Fort Collins, Greeley and Loveland... Radio Fort Collins, which will broadcast at 88.9 on the FM dial, has about 100 active volunteers taking care of programming, construction and a host of other concerns, Krush said... KRFC returns community radio to the city, lost in 1995 when KCSU was turned over to students at Colorado State University... When KRFC goes on the air, it will be the culmination of nearly nine years of work by a handful of volunteers to win a coveted FM license from the FCC.
posted on January 01, 2003 11:41 AM