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The addition of 97.7 gives WAAF improved signal coverage in Boston.
On August 30, 2006, 97.7's call sign changed from WILD-FM to WKAF.
WAAF (107.3 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Westborough, Massachusetts.
It owned by Entercom Communications and it airs a mainstream rock radio format for Greater Boston and Central Massachusetts.
The station that became WAAF was actually a distant cousin of an AM station from the early 1930s, WAAB in Boston.WAAF continued to operate from this site, under the original program test authority until May 26, 2011, On August 21, 2006, Entercom acquired Urban Contemporary outlet WILD-FM (97.7) from Radio One for Million.Hours after that deal was made Entercom pulled the plug on WILD-FM's format at 7pm and replaced it with a computerized voice countdown "T Minus  Hours,  Minutes,  Seconds and counting", also adding little funny snippets every few seconds leading up to the August 22, PM start of simulcasting WAAF's format on that signal, beginning with AC/DC's "For Those About To Rock (We Salute You)".Opie was doing nights(7-12am) and Anthony would come in and perform comedy songs with his brother Joe.It was not until they got to WAAF (hired by Ron Valeri WAAF program director who heard them in N. Throughout their time at WAAF Opie and Anthony became number one in afternoons.