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Basic Contact Information:

20 Guest Street, 3rd Floor
Boston, Ma. 02135-2040

Phone Numbers:

Office Line: (617) 779-5400
Studio Line: (617) 931-1AAF
Hill-Mail Line: (617) 779-5463

Text Short Code: 97107

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Why advertise with Boston's Rock Station WAAF?

WAAF is the only true rock radio station in one of America's cradles of rock. Boston has a rich history of incubating artists that shaped or, at times, completely disrupted the course of rock music. And the city that spawned Aerosmith, The Cars, J. Geils Band, Pixies and many more still embraces the one station that pays tribute to this legacy every day.

Anchored by legendary morning host Greg Hill, WAAF serves up the greatest album tracks from four decades of ageless music. Presented by an on-air staff that includes acclaimed personalities Mike Hsu and Mistress Carrie, former Boston Bruin Lyndon Byers, Danielle Muir and Rob Stevens, WAAF music spans every chapter of rock music history from Jimi Hendrix and The Doors to Jack White and the Black Keys. While our target audience is the Rock of Ages generation that graduated school from the mid-80's to the late 90's, WAAF reaches over a half-million men and women each week with one thing in common: they love great rock played by on-air personalities who live great rock! Fans of WAAF closely interact with the brand via social media, blogs and digital conduits including 112,000 Facebook fans and close to 9,000 You Tube channel subscribers.

Connect your business to more than $9 Billion in annual consumer spending by WAAF rockers when you advertise on-air, on our stream, on-line at WAAF.com or via direct customer engagement at famously popular station events. Thanks to two optimized FM signals, WAAF stretches East-West along the Mass Pike from Boston to Springfield and North-South from Providence to Cape Ann