Of all radio stations within the Palouse, KRFP is the only community radio station. They have supported and advertised many other organizations, such as Orphan Acres Inc., a local horse rescue in Viola, and local bands, such as Bare Wires. They helped these organizations/bands when they were turned down by profit making stations, that only care about the money. They helped organize our Palouse March for Survival, parallel to the 2014 Climate March in New York, and have supported many events! I highly recommend this station!
90.3 KRFP Radio Free Moscow is more than a radio station, it is a place where the community can come together as one. I am currently a student at the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University, and this place has taught me a lot. I came here not knowing a single thing about how a radio station worked, but in a matter of one week I had my own radio show and I learned all the fundamentals on how a radio station operated. Not only that but I had hands on experience outside of the radio station doing interviews and recording panel discussions. KRFP has taught me a lot and I will be using what they have taught me in the long run.
Radio Free Moscow is the Palouse Regions ONLY progressive community radio station. You can hear diverse local and regional news, views, music, art and culture programs on KRFP 90.3 FM in most areas in Latah County and the Pullman, Washington area, all the way to Colfax and Palouse, Washington. KRFP is volunteer -driven, listener supported since we went on the air in 2004. KRFP just celebrated our 9th year of progressive broadcasting with an improved signal range from a tower high on Paradise Ridge. We could not have completed this project without the stalwart support of our amazing listeners. Join us on 90.3 FM, tune in! For more information go to www.krfp.org to learn more about Radio Free Moscow, become a member, be an Underwriter, and support community radio. We hope to hear from folks in Troy, Deary, Genesse, Albion, Colfax, Palouse, Uniontown and all points between, and around these communities. We invite listeners to become radio DJ's, citizen journalists and news writers so you can share the voices and happenings of rural Latah and Whitman counties and the City of Pullman with our listener community.
I had no broadcasting experience when I first walked into the KRFP station in downtown Moscow 3 years ago. I have learned how to be a confident radio DJ, and talk show host, meeting so many new and interesting people. KRFP has broadened my political, social and music horizons. I hope you would also find such a rich and rewarding experience by becoming part of your community radio station.