KABF (88.3 FM) is a community radio station in Little Rock, Arkansas, United States. Its nickname is "The Voice of the People" which refers to its populist official mission: to serve middle- and lower-income Arkansans. It broadcasts at 88.3 FM and is an organ of the Arkansas Broadcasting Foundation (hence the call letters ABF).
|City||Little Rock, Arkansas|
|Broadcast area||Central Arkansas|
|Slogan||The Voice of the People.|
|Owner||Arkansas Broadcasting Foundation|
|First air date||August 31, 1984|
|Call sign meaning||Arkansas Broadcasting Foundation|
|HAAT||237 meters (778 ft)|
KABF is non-corporate and non-commercial. Its format is music and talk, with diverse programming. The station went on the air on August 31, 1984. It broadcasts at 91,000 watts, and its primary coverage radius is 60 miles. The station is affiliated with the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now and shares a building with ACORN's headquarters at 2101 South Main Street in Little Rock. Like all public broadcasting, KABF relies on listener contributions for a large part of its operating budget.
- Official KABF website
- KABF in the FCC's FM station database
- KABF on Radio-Locator
- KABF in Nielsen Audio's FM station database
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