Radio AF in Lund, Sweden, is the largest student radio station in Scandinavia, and the second largest in Europe. Radio AF started broadcasting November 1, 1982. It broadcasts news aimed at the students at Lund University, and a wide variety of music. Radio AF was the start of the career of many Swedish radio personalities and comedians. The current station manager is Axel Eriksson. The station used to broadcast analog radio in the Lund area on 99.1 MHz and 91.1 MHz, but has since June 2014 moved on to round-the-clock broadcasting and podcasting via the official website.

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  • Radio AF in Lund, Sweden, is the largest student radio station in Scandinavia, and the second largest in Europe. Radio AF started broadcasting November 1, 1982. It broadcasts news aimed at the students at Lund University, and a wide variety of music. Radio AF was the start of the career of many Swedish radio personalities and comedians. The current station manager is Axel Eriksson. The station used to broadcast analog radio in the Lund area on 99.1 MHz and 91.1 MHz, but has since June 2014 moved on to round-the-clock broadcasting and podcasting via the official website. (en)
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  • Radio AF in Lund, Sweden, is the largest student radio station in Scandinavia, and the second largest in Europe. Radio AF started broadcasting November 1, 1982. It broadcasts news aimed at the students at Lund University, and a wide variety of music. Radio AF was the start of the career of many Swedish radio personalities and comedians. The current station manager is Axel Eriksson. The station used to broadcast analog radio in the Lund area on 99.1 MHz and 91.1 MHz, but has since June 2014 moved on to round-the-clock broadcasting and podcasting via the official website. (en)
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