Who We Are And What We’re About
WMFO is Tufts University’s student and community operated freeform radio station. Broadcasting out of Curtis Hall, WMFO programming can be heard across the campus and throughout the greater Boston area. Our dedication to the freeform ideology and, “keeping it freeform” has and continues to provide the greatest freedom of expression for our DJs. From pop to rock, classical to hip hop, and talk to live bands, you never know what you will hear when you tune in to 91.5 FM. In addition to our student programming, many of our DJs come from the Medford and Somerville communities, some of whom have been on air for over 30 years. This dedication and the passion of our community has helped to make WMFO the institution it is today.
The station is managed by an elected board of student DJs, and is maintained by a larger group of student and community volunteers. We broadcast 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year from the Tufts University Medford/Somerville Campus and our FCC City of License is Medford, Massachusetts. We broadcast at 91.5 MHz on the FM band, and our coverage area is bordered by Melrose to the north, Allston & Back Bay to the south, Watertown to the west and out over the Atlantic Ocean to the east. (See coverage maps) The broadcast can also be accessed online anywhere from the WMFO website.