KSJE

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KSJE
KSJE-FM logo.png
City of licenseFarmington, New Mexico
Broadcast areaFour Corners
Slogan"Cultural Beacon of the Four Corners!"
Frequency90.9 MHz
First air date1992
FormatClassical
ERP15,000 watts
HAAT119 meters (390 feet)
ClassC3
Facility ID58863
Transmitter coordinates36°41′52.00″N 108°13′14.00″W / 36.6977778°N 108.2205556°W / 36.6977778; -108.2205556
Callsign meaningSan Juan Educational
AffiliationsPublic Radio International
OwnerSan Juan College
WebcastListen Live
Websiteksje.com
 
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KSJE
KSJE-FM logo.png
City of licenseFarmington, New Mexico
Broadcast areaFour Corners
Slogan"Cultural Beacon of the Four Corners!"
Frequency90.9 MHz
First air date1992
FormatClassical
ERP15,000 watts
HAAT119 meters (390 feet)
ClassC3
Facility ID58863
Transmitter coordinates36°41′52.00″N 108°13′14.00″W / 36.6977778°N 108.2205556°W / 36.6977778; -108.2205556
Callsign meaningSan Juan Educational
AffiliationsPublic Radio International
OwnerSan Juan College
WebcastListen Live
Websiteksje.com

KSJE (90.9 FM) is a non-commercial radio station licensed to serve Farmington, New Mexico, USA. The station is owned by San Juan College. In addition to its conventional broadcast signal, local programming on KSJE is also available live as streaming audio and recorded as a downloadable podcast.[1]

KSJE is a member of the New Mexico Broadcasters Association.[2] It broadcasts a classical music format and features programming from Public Radio International.[3]

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History

This station received its original construction permit from the Federal Communications Commission on April 18, 1988.[4] The new station was assigned the call letters KSJE by the FCC on June 8, 1988.[5] After receiving an extension to its original permit, KSJE received its license to cover from the FCC on December 9, 1992.[6]

Honors and awards

In April 2001, Constance Gotsch and KSJE received the first place award for "Best Interview or Talk Show" from the New Mexico Press Women, an affiliate of the National Federation of Press Women, at their annual conference in Gallup, New Mexico.[7]

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