KJJK (AM)

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KJJK
KJJK (AM) logo.jpg
City of licenseFergus Falls, Minnesota
Broadcast areaFergus Falls-Detroit Lakes
BrandingGroovy 1020
Frequency1020 kHz
First air date1987
FormatOldies
Power2,000 watts day
370 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID76
Transmitter coordinates46°14′43″N 95°58′46″W / 46.24528°N 95.97944°W / 46.24528; -95.97944Coordinates: 46°14′43″N 95°58′46″W / 46.24528°N 95.97944°W / 46.24528; -95.97944
AffiliationsCitadel Media, Westwood One
OwnerResult Radio, Inc
Sister stationsKBRF, KJJK-FM, KPRW, KZCR
WebsiteOfficial website
 
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KJJK
KJJK (AM) logo.jpg
City of licenseFergus Falls, Minnesota
Broadcast areaFergus Falls-Detroit Lakes
BrandingGroovy 1020
Frequency1020 kHz
First air date1987
FormatOldies
Power2,000 watts day
370 watts night
ClassB
Facility ID76
Transmitter coordinates46°14′43″N 95°58′46″W / 46.24528°N 95.97944°W / 46.24528; -95.97944Coordinates: 46°14′43″N 95°58′46″W / 46.24528°N 95.97944°W / 46.24528; -95.97944
AffiliationsCitadel Media, Westwood One
OwnerResult Radio, Inc
Sister stationsKBRF, KJJK-FM, KPRW, KZCR
WebsiteOfficial website

KJJK (1020 AM, "Groovy 1020") is a radio station broadcasting an oldies music format.[1] Licensed to Fergus Falls, Minnesota, USA, the station serves the Fergus Falls-Detroit Lakes area. The station is currently owned by Result Radio, Inc, and features programming from Citadel Media and Westwood One.[2]

The studios and offices are west of downtown Fergus Falls, at 728 Western Avenue North, near I94. It shares a transmitter site with KJJK-FM, southeast of Fergus Falls, near Wall Lake.

History[edit]

The Federal Communications Commission issued a construction permit for the station on September 8, 1986.[3] The station was assigned the KJJK call sign on September 23, 1986,[4] and received its license to cover on February 12, 1987.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Summer 2009. Retrieved August 8, 2009. 
  2. ^ "KJJK Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved August 8, 2009. 
  3. ^ "Application Search Details". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. September 8, 1986. Retrieved August 8, 2009. 
  4. ^ "Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved August 8, 2009. 
  5. ^ "Application Search Details". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. February 12, 1987. Retrieved August 8, 2009. 

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