KSCJ

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KSCJ
KSCJ logo.png
City of license Sioux City, Iowa
Branding Talk Radio 1360
Slogan The Voice of Sioux City
Frequency 1360 kHz
Translator(s) 94.9 K235CA (Sioux City)
First air date 1927
Format News/Talk
Power 5,000 watts (unlimited)
Class B
Facility ID 21691
Transmitter coordinates 42°33′24″N 96°20′12″W / 42.55667°N 96.33667°W / 42.55667; -96.33667
Callsign meaning K- Sioux City Journal
(founding owners)
Owner Powell Broadcasting
(KSUX/KSCJ Radio Broadcasting Co.)
Sister stations KSUX, KLEM, KKYY, KZSR, KKMA
Webcast Listen Live
Website kscj.com

KSCJ (1360 AM, "Talk Radio 1360") is a radio station licensed to serve Sioux City, Iowa. The station is owned by Powell Broadcasting and licensed to KSUX/KSCJ Radio Broadcasting Co. It airs a News/Talk radio format.[1]

The station was assigned these call letters by the Federal Communications Commission.[2]

History[edit]

KSCJ started as a local "news, sports and weather" station in Iowa back in 1927. KSCJ was the broadcasting unit for of the Sioux City Journal. In 2006, They extended their contract with the Sioux City Explorers in order the continue broadcasting their games.[3] In 2013, they had two special guests from KTIV News on their show, Matt Breen and Kristie VerMulm.[4] Also in 2013, the minor league team Sioux City Explorers renewed a contract with KSCJ, allowing them to continue broadcasting their games.[5]

Lineup & Format[edit]

KSCJ has very popular conservative pundits on air, including Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Glenn Beck.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Winter 2008 Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  3. ^ "Explorers extend broadcast partnership with KSCJ". siouxcityjournal.com. Sioux City Journal. Retrieved 6 January 2015. 
  4. ^ "KTIV's anchor team were special guests on KSCJ". ktiv.com. KTIV News. Retrieved 6 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "X'S AND KSCJ CONTINUE BROADCAST PARTNERSHIP". xsbaseball.com. Sioux City Explorers. Retrieved 6 January 2015. 

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