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KRAW
CityKasilof, Alaska
Broadcast areaSouth Central Alaska area
Frequency90.7 MHz
Programming
FormatPublic Radio
AffiliationsPacifica Radio
Ownership
OwnerAlaska Educational Radio System, Inc.
History
First air date
1973
Technical information
Facility ID93248
ClassA
ERP500 watts
HAAT60 meters
Transmitter coordinates
60°22′44″N 151°11′30″W / 60.37889°N 151.19167°W / 60.37889; -151.19167

KRAW (90.7 FM) is a Pacifica Radio-affiliated talk radio station. KRAW is licensed to Kasilof, Alaska by the Alaska Educational Radio System (AERS).

The station broadcasts a wide spectrum of pre-recorded and live streamed programs from the Pacifica Radio network and affiliated stations, as well as live programs from local contributors. Additional live and pre-recorded programming is garnered from a variety of local and international broadcasters including KEUL Girdwood, WILL Urbana, Illinois, and others.

It also downloads and broadcasts programs from a wide variety of internet sources and podcasts including Blast the Right, Other Minds radio, Joe Frank, The Black Coffee Channel and acksisofevil.org.

Service area

KRAW itself covers the North and Central Kenai Peninsula. KRAW provides service to additional communities and areas through the following translator:

K300BY, 107.9 MHz, Palmer/Wasilla[1]

AERS plans to simulcast KRAW by Fall 2008 over new full service FM facilities in several additional Alaskan communities including Fairbanks, Homer and Seward.

References

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