|Broadcast area||Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers Metropolitan Area|
First air date
|January 28, 1947 (first license granted, as KGRH at 1450)|
Former call signs
|1450 kHz (1947-1961)|
1440 kHz (1961-1984)
Call sign meaning
KFAY (1030 AM, "NewsTalk 1030") is a radio station serving the Fayetteville, Arkansas, area with a News/talk radio format. It is under ownership of Cumulus Media. 1030 AM is a United States clear-channel frequency, on which WBZ in Boston is the dominant Class A station.
KFAY originally signed on as KGRH 1450 kHz, licensed to Fayetteville. It later changed callsign to KHOG and moved to 1440 kHz. KHOG programmed a top-40 format in the 1970s. KHOG moved from 1440 kHz to 1030 kHz frequency in the mid-1980s under the ownership of Demaree Media.