WRFT

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WRFT
City Indianapolis, Indiana
Broadcast area Indianapolis area
Branding 91.5 Flash FM
Slogan "Flash FM"
Frequency 91.5 MHz
First air date 1978
Format High school radio
ERP 130 watts
HAAT 54 meters
Class A
Facility ID 22366
Transmitter coordinates 39°40′33″N 86°00′56″W / 39.67583°N 86.01556°W / 39.67583; -86.01556
Callsign meaning "We R Franklin Township" "Radio Franklin Township"
Owner Franklin Township Community School Corporation
Webcast WRFT Streaming
Website WRFT.org

WRFT (91.5 FM) is a high school radio station broadcasting from Franklin Central High School in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The station is currently owned by Franklin Township Community School Corporation.

WRFT is a high school radio station operating at 91.5FM. It is located in the southern part of Indianapolis in Franklin Township and is housed in Franklin Central High School. The station has 130 watts of power and covers about two-thirds of Indy. WRFT has always been operated by high school students with a general manager in charge of the overall operation. It is on the air 24 hours a day, every day of the year after going automated three years ago.

Generally, WRFT programs to serve Franklin Township and broadcasts programs and announcements pertaining to the immediate area. WRFT was the first station in the area, and one of the first in the state, to feature a regular remote broadcast during the high school football season.[citation needed] "The Friday Morning Sports Show," originates from a local restaurant every Friday morning from 6–7 o'clock.

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