Together We're Community!

KZFR Community Radio began broadcasting July 6th, 1990 after years of hard work by some very dedicated pioneers. Erik Mathisen is regarded as the prime mover who got the ball rolling. Lee Edwards and Lars Larson are among the folks we honor for putting KZFR on the air.

We're lucky they managed to pull it off, too! There just aren't many community radio stations left in the United States. Today, KZFR Community Radio operates with the support of approximately 120 community volunteers who provide a wide variety of music programming as well as local public affairs and information programs. Read more about our history here.

*This billboard is on Hwy 32 between the Little Red Hen Nursery and Pullins Cyclery... just before you cross Main Street. Pictures of KZFR programmers by local photographer (and community radio listener) Karen Laslo.

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Listen to an unheard speech by Dr. King from the Pacifica archives
11:45am, 1-23-2015
Get trained to host your own radio program!
11:25am, 1-20-2015
Be an integral part of KZFR's success!
10:46am, 1-20-2015
We began broadcasting July 1990, after years of hard work by some very dedicated pioneers. We'll be celebrating our 25th anniversary this summer! Stay tuned to 90.1 FM, like us Facebook or visit here again for details as they unfold.
Thanks to the Pacifica Radio Archives, KZFR broadcast a lost recording of a speech delivered by Dr. King in London in 1964!