WBFH FM 88.1 Bloomfield Hills
Slogan/Positioner: The Biff, Where FM Begins
Format: Variety; High school station
Web site: www.wbfh.fm
E-mail: visit web site
Power/Height/Class: 360 watts / 180 feet / A, directional
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- WBFH from Wikipedia
- WBFH from TuneIn
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Call Sign History: WBFH
Call Sign Origin: Bloomfield Hills
On Air Date: October 1, 1976
Telephone: (248) 341-5690
- 9/2013: Station is silent due to issues with its broadcast tower and consolidation of two Bloomfield Hills high schools into one.
- 11/1999: First high school station in Michigan to broadcast live over Internet.
- 11/11/1995: WBFH becomes the first Michigan high school radio station to operate 365 days/year.
- 9/1992: "Somewhere In Time," an hour-long nostalgia program (Big Band, 1940s and 1950s music) hosted by former Bloomfield Hills School Board member C. Thomas Wilson, debuts. The daily show, whose title comes from the Christopher Reeve/Jane Seymour movie of the same name, will go on to be syndicated to 41 other radio stations across the United States.
- 8/1991: Power increase to 360 watts
- 10/1/1976: On-air at 88.1 with 10 watts; broadcast day is 6 hours long, from 3-9 pm.
Oakland County: Andover High School; Long Lake and Telegraph Rds (Bloomfield Twp)
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