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For the defunct television station in Quincy, IL, see WJJY-TV.
Broadcast area Brainerd, Minnesota
Branding 106.7 WJJY
Slogan "The Best Variety of the 80's, 90's and Today!"
Frequency 106.7 (MHz)
Format Commercial; Adult contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 170 meters
Class C1
Owner Paul Bunyan Broadcasting
Website http://www.1067wjjy.com/

WJJY-FM (106.7 FM) is a radio station that is located in Baxter, Minnesota with an adult contemporary format.

WJJY is a sister station to KVBR 1340 (Business News/Talk), KLIZ 1380 (Sports), KBLB 93.3 ( Hot Country), KUAL 103.5 (Oldies), and KLIZ-FM 107.5. (Classic Rock) All are located in a brand new modern broadcast facility located at 13225 Dogwood Drive, Baxter.


Some of the programs that WJJY plays is an All Seventies Weekend which plays various hits from the seventies that are considered adult contemporary on a randomly chosen weekend, and every Saturday night, the station plays music from the 1980s entitled "The 80's Show".

The morning show from 5-9 AM is hosted by Ken Thomas, who may be better known for doing the stations' Cash Calls. Some of the clips from the Cash Call contestants over the years are part of classic bit used on KQRS-FM in Minneapolis titled the "Brainerd Cash Call".


The station was one of 10 stations awarded the 2007 Crystal Radio Award for public service awarded by the National Association of Broadcasters.[1] Winners were honored at the Radio Luncheon on April 17, 2007, during the NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada.


  1. ^ "NAB Announces Crystal Radio Awards Winners". National Association of Broadcasters. 2007-04-17. 

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Coordinates: 46°26′35″N 94°22′55″W / 46.443°N 94.382°W / 46.443; -94.382