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  • Terry Sofian
    St Louis has a Classical Music Radio Station Again! http://rafstl.org/ 107.3 FM OK, maybe I m the last person in the city to know this but maybe I m not. I
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 12, 2013
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      St Louis has a Classical Music Radio Station Again!  http://rafstl.org/  107.3 FM
       
      OK, maybe I'm the last person in the city to know this but maybe I'm not. I found it accidently this morning. It has a number of my favorite on air folks from Classic99.
       
      Listen, Love, Support!
       
      Terry
       
       
    • alphak10
      Yes it is great but a limited broadcast area right now. Working there way up to higher wattage. The s.o. and I were watching the progress for this station as
      Message 2 of 2 , Aug 12, 2013
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        Yes it is great but a limited broadcast area right now. Working there way up to higher wattage. The s.o. and I were watching the progress for this station as of last year when they announced it in the post. It took them like 6 months after acquiring the equipment and setting up the studio before the FCC okay'd their license. We were waiting with baited breath. One thing that disappoints me is evenings when I want classical, they are playing jazz. I love jazz but already have a station for that, WSIE 89.1.

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        On Aug 12, 2013, at 7:00 AM, Terry Sofian <tsofian@...> wrote:

         

        St Louis has a Classical Music Radio Station Again!  http://rafstl.org/  107.3 FM
         
        OK, maybe I'm the last person in the city to know this but maybe I'm not. I found it accidently this morning. It has a number of my favorite on air folks from Classic99.
         
        Listen, Love, Support!
         
        Terry
         
         

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