KFOK Community Radio | 95.1 FM | Georgetown CA.
KFOK Community Radio serves the Georgetown Divide by offering music and public-affairs programming that responds to the diversity of needs, interests, and viewpoints in our community. Our live broadcasting consists primarily of a diverse range of music programming selected and created by broadcasters from the Georgetown Divide and the surrounding region. We also feature public-affairs programming on senior issues, families, gardening, history, science, the environment, and other topics.
We stream our broadcasts onto the Internet. Listen live now.
The American River Folk Society applied for a construction permit to build and license the station. KFOK went on the air on November 23, 2002, broadcasting 7 days a week with more than 40 hours of weekly programming.
Most live programming runs from about 8 am to 10 pm, at which time we switch over to a computer system that plays music though the late-night and early-morning hours so that we are on the air 24 hours a day every day.