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City of license Moscow, Idaho
Frequency 91.7 MHz
First air date December 13, 1963
Format Public radio; News/Talk, Classical Music
ERP 28,000 watts
HAAT 282 meters (925 ft)
Class C1
Facility ID 71016
Former callsigns KUID-FM (1963-1984)
Affiliations National Public Radio
American Public Media
Public Radio International
Owner Washington State University
Sister stations KWSU, KJEM
Webcast Stream

KRFA-FM (91.7 FM) is a radio station licensed to Moscow, Idaho. The station is owned by Washington State University, and is the flagship station of Northwest Public Radio's "NPR and Classical Music" service.

The station debuted on December 13, 1963 as KUID-FM, operated by the University of Idaho as a service of the UI Department of Communications. It was Idaho's first educational radio station. Due to a funding crisis, UI transferred control of the station to WSU in 1984 under its current call letters.[1] The acquisition of KRFA allowed NWPR to split its offerings into a two-channel network, with KRFA taking most of flagship KWSU's classical music programming.

NWPR operates KUID's old studio on the UI campus as a satellite studio.


  1. ^ UI School of Journalism and Mass Media timeline

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Coordinates: 46°40′55″N 116°58′16″W / 46.682°N 116.971°W / 46.682; -116.971