WAAF

Women's Auxiliary Air Force (British)
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WAAF

[FM] WAAF (WAAF 107.3 FM, simulcast on WKAF 97.7 FM) is in the Worcester, Massachusetts market, but by the mid-1980s WAAF had begun to direct most of its attention to the Boston radio market. ==Origins== The station that became WAAF was actually a distant cousin of an AM station from the early 1930s, WAAB in Boston. Owned by the Shepard Bro...
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WAAF

[FM] WAAF (107.3 FM, simulcast on WKAF 97.7 FM) is a Boston, Massachusetts, area commercial mainstream rock radio station that mixes music that is popular in the modern rock, heavy metal and classic rock genres. The station`s studios are located in Boston`s Allston district and the transmitter site is in Boylston. Originally the station tar...
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