FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Fair Family Radio (FFR)?

FairFamilyRadio.com is an informational reference and entertainment website to empower its participants by showcasing their creative works. Fair Family Radio is an assumed business name of Our Community Free Radio, a 501(c)(3). The vision of the founders of FFR was to empower the entertainers, crafters, orators, musicians and all categories of artisans participating in the Oregon Country Fair, a platform that would showcase their, opinions, talents and productive works beyond Oregon.

 

What is the relationship between Fair Family Radio and KOCF?

KOCF is a low power FM radio station owned and operated by the Oregon Country Fair (OCF), a 501(c)(3) membership organization. The Board Members of Fair Family Radio are longtime staff volunteers of the OCF and were instrumental in obtaining the FCC franchise for KOCF. They are separate non-profit entities.

 

What is the difference between broadcast and webcast?

Broadcast refers to transmitting information, music or video, through radio or television. Traditionally this was done over the airwaves. Webcast refers to the transmitting of information, music or video over the internet (which is what we do!)

 

Where can I find your podcast?

You can find our Fair Family Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play Music, SoundCloud and most other music streaming apps. You can also watch our videos and listen to podcasts here on this website.

 

Are you on social media?

Yes! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fairfamilyradio/

 

Can I submit my own content?

Yes! We would love to hear your ideas for bringing your streaming content about OCF and Fair Family to us. Please fill out our form here. We are really friendly….we don’t bite. Reach out!

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