KJOZ

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KJOZ
City of license Conroe, Texas
Broadcast area Greater Houston
Branding Radio Aleluya
Frequency 880 kHz
Format Spanish Religious
Power 10,000 Watts (day)
1,000 Watts (night)
Class B
Facility ID 20625
Transmitter coordinates 30°17′38″N 95°25′55″W / 30.29389°N 95.43194°W / 30.29389; -95.43194
Former callsigns KIKR (1985)
KNRO (1985-1991)
KJOJ (1991-2012)
Website http://radioaleluya.org/

KJOZ (880 AM) is a radio station serving Houston, Texas. The station broadcasts a Spanish Religious format and is owned by Daij Media, LLC.[1]

History[edit]

KJOZ started out as a simulcast of KJOJ-FM's Christian format in the 1990s. In 1998, it moved its studio located in the Woodlands to the Clear Channel studios in Houston. In May 2001, both KJOJ AM and FM began to simulcast KTJM 98.5 Rhythmic Oldies "Houston's Jammin Hits". Now defunct KQUE 1230 AM was also a part of the simulcast. KJOJ changed formats in July 2001 to "La Raza Radio" upon sale to Liberman Broadcasting. In April 2007, Liberman changed KJOJ (AM)'s format to Indian music.

References[edit]

  1. ^ KJOZ fcc.gov. Accessed December 13, 2013

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