KZFR

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KZFR
Logo for KZFR Community Radio 90.1
Broadcast area Sacramento Valley
Branding The Zephyr
Slogan "COMMUNITY RADIO FOR THE SACRAMENTO VALLEY, THE FOOTHILLS, AND BEYOND"
Frequency 90.1 (MHz)
First air date July 6, 1990
Format Non Commercial/Community
ERP 6,300 watts
HAAT 179 meters
Class B1
Owner Golden Valley Community Broadcasters
Webcast Listen Live
Website www.kzfr.org

KZFR 90.1 FM is a non-profit, community radio station located in Chico, California. The idea started out as a translator for KPFA in Berkeley in 1981, but when it began transmitting in July 1990 it was locally originated content. KZFR broadcasts local Internet station Radio Paradise from midnight to 6 AM.

KZFR features diverse programming. Music programs include shows devoted to reggae, rock and roll, folk, Celtic, blues, jazz, country, zydeco and spiritual music. Informational programs include Democracy Now, Free Speech Radio News, and Radio Parallax. KZFR also occasionally broadcasts concerts live, usually from the Big Room at the Sierra Nevada Brewery. KZFR also has several Americana themed shows. KZFR can also be heard via the internet at www.kzfr.org.

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Coordinates: 39°48′25″N 121°37′37″W / 39.807°N 121.627°W / 39.807; -121.627