KMFA

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CityAustin, Texas
Broadcast areaAustin-Round Rock metropolitan area
BrandingKMFA Classical 89.5
Slogan"On Key, Offbeat"
Frequency89.5
First air dateJanuary 29, 1967
FormatClassical
ERP40,000 watts
HAAT398 meters (1,306 ft)
ClassC1
Facility ID8685
Callsign meaningKlassical Music For Austin
OwnerCapitol Broadcasting Association
Websitewww.kmfa.org

KMFA FM 89.5 is a non-profit, listener-supported, classical radio station licensed in Austin, Texas. Currently under ownership of Capitol Broadcasting Association, KMFA serves 100,000 listeners. The broadcast schedule consists of playlists announced by local hosts, as well as nationally syndicated broadcasts, including those from the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera during its season. On the weekends, the NPR program From the Top, showcasing young classical musicians, is heard on KMFA, as well as a program of classical music from the School of Music at the University of Texas-Austin.

KMFA is licensed to broadcast a digital hybrid HD signal.

Hosts[edit]

  • Jeffrey Blair
  • David Crews
  • Mela Dailey
  • Dianne Donovan
  • Sara Hessel Schneider
  • Chris Johnson
  • Nathan Langfitt
  • Judlyne Lilly-Gibson
  • Whit Martin-Whitaker
  • Carla McElhaney
  • Brian Satterwhite

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Coordinates: 30°19′23″N 97°48′00″W / 30.323°N 97.800°W / 30.323; -97.800