Broadcasting nonstop rock online worldwide, 24/7/365 in high quality 192 kbps audio. You're our people, and we're your radio station.
Popular radio host, TV personality, author and event host Eddie Trunk is presented on KRFK by Retro Active in Myrtle Beach - click the button below to shop online at the coolest store on the planet!
If you wanna ROCK, join Twisted Sister frontman and legendary hard rock icon Dee Snider every week for a two-hour ride into headbangin’ heaven. The KRFK broadcast of House of Hair is proudly sponsored by Rochester Records in Rochester MN.
Cutter's Cutting Edge Countdown features the top rock radio songs of the week.
STREETS OF ROCK N ROLL features a diverse array of rock music - hard rock heroes AND emerging artists - and exclusive celebrity interviews.
Joe Elliott, the lead-singer of Def Leppard, takes you on a weekly journey through the world’s greatest Rock music.
Counting down the Top 30 rock songs each week on KRFK Radio.
Live every Saturday night - Neeley & Chris Akin talk the talk and crank the rock.
Broadcasting LIVE: a 3-hour hard rock and metal show featuring new and upcoming releases, classics, and your requests.
Midweek Mayhem on KRFK tops off with rock radio veteran Hairball John.
The market for online audio in the United States is massive, with the average user spending well over 16 hours per week on these services. Over two-thirds of Americans report that they listen to online radio on a monthly basis, while 60 percent consider themselves at least weekly users.
Unlike many other traditional media formats, radio has managed to adapt to the massive changes brought about by the proliferation of mobile internet. New, internet-based or online radio platforms now account for over 500 million dollars’ worth of streaming music revenue and the format continues to grow with each passing year. The decline of over-the-air radio is, in many ways, being offset by the growth of its online counterpart. One example of this is advertising; over-the-air radio station advertising revenues have fallen by nearly four billion dollars since 2010, while online ad revenue has grown by a similar amount.