WSBF-FM (88.1 FM) is a college radio station licensed to Clemson, South Carolina. The station is owned by the Clemson University Board of Trustees and serves the Clemson University community. It is entirely student-managed and features an alternative music radio format. WSBF-FM began as a closed-circuit broadcasting facility at 600 kHz on May 1, 1958, with the words "Good Afternoon, this is the high fidelity voice of Clemson College". It made its first over-the-air broadcast on April 1, 1960. The original transmitter unit that powered the station via the electrical system in the dormitories (primarily Johnstone Hall) still exists, and has been preserved. The call letters SBF were the initials of the three student founders of the station, Suggs, Bolick, and Fair. This was also conveniently interpreted as Student Broadcast Facilities. The station quickly became known as "wizz-bif," and in the early days broadcast such shows as Bob Mattison's (the "Voice of Clemson") agricultural shows, which were also broadcast on AM stations in Anderson, Spartanburg, and Columbia. Other early shows included a show broadcast from Harcombe Commons dining hall in the mornings, a "Late, Late" show featuring old standards, and a "Concert Hall" show featuring the classics, "Night Beat," and "East of Midnight." In 1961, adverts in The Tiger, the student newspaper, proclaimed that the station offered the most news of any radio station in the Upstate. By 1965, WSBF had changed format to include "The Frank Howard Show," "Pigskin Preview" show featuring old standards, and a "Concert Hall" show featuring the classics. The purpose was to provide students with educational entertainment, news, and music. Music format ran to the Top 40 model in the mid to late 1960s. The studios were located on the eighth level of the Johnstone Hall complex, two floors above the Loggia. More information...

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