|City of license||Sleepy Eye, Minnesota|
|Broadcast area||New Ulm, Minnesota|
|Slogan||Simply About Music|
|First air date||June 1995|
|Callsign meaning||K New Ulm Journal|
- See also KNUJ
The KNUJ-FM call letters were originally on 93.1 FM.
KNUJ-FM signed on in June 1995, as "BRaT 107.3." The 4000 watt station licensed to nearby Sleepy Eye played adult contemporary music. Both stations simulcast from 6-8:30AM, Monday through Friday, and shorter hours on Saturday. A month later, KNSG in Springfield, Minnesota signed on the air.
On August 14, 1998, Cumulus Broadcasting purchased many stations from Ingstad. Two years later, Cumulus turned around and sold some of the stations, including KNUJ and KNUJ-FM to Clear Channel. The sale became effective on October 2, 2000.
Ingstad obtained the three stations again from Clear Channel in February 2003, as part of a trade for a station in Bismarck, North Dakota. KNSG was spun off to Linder Radio.
Both KNUJ and KNUJ-FM simulcast a common morning show weekdays. KNUJ-FM also broadcasts a live local news show from Sleepy Eye following the show.
- KNUJ and KNUJ-FM
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KNUJ
- Radio-Locator information on KNUJ
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KNUJ
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