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New St. Louis Station Goes Live Next Week!

According to Samantha Liss of the St. Louis Business Journal, RAF-STL begins broadcasting April 8th at 107.3 FM, and at 96.3 HD2. RAF stands for Radio Arts Foundation, a small non-profit that has been determined and dedicated to bringing back classical music to the airwaves in St. Louis.  The former classical music station, KFUO switched […]

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Losing Classical Ground in Illinois/Missouri

Radio-Info.com reports that WQUB in Quincy, IL is going to become part of the St. Louis Public Radio group.  It acquires the name Quincy Public Radio.  Unfortunately for us classical geeks, they plan to replace the midday and evening classical programming with more talkedy-talk.  They have been running Classical 24 in the midday hours but will replace those […]

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Fabulous! Classical Radio May Return to St. Louis by Summer

There’s great news from Sarah Bryan Miller in St. Louis, who has done such a great job of keeping us informed at stltoday.com. The Radio Arts Foundation-St. Louis, which provided considerable financial support to the old “Classic99,” KFUO-FM, hopes to be on the air with a new FM station in early June, pending FCC approvals.  The […]

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KFUO Sale Revisited

A great example of collaborative, cumulative journalism — From radio-info.com this morning: Senators Claire McCaskill and Kit Bond of Missouri have now joined House reps John Shimkus and Lacy Clay in examining the shady dealings surrounding the sale of St. Louis’s only classical station to religious broadcasters — this from an article in stltoday.com, written by Sarah […]

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