WKMJ-FM

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WKMJ-FM
City of license Hancock, Michigan
Broadcast area [1]
Branding Mix 93
Slogan The Best of the 80's, 90's and Now
Frequency 93.5 MHz
Format Hot Adult Contemporary
ERP 13,500 watts
HAAT 139 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 13867
Former callsigns WMPL-FM (4/10/98-8/13/01)
WZRK (5/14/81-4/10/98)
WMPL-FM (?-5/14/81)
Owner J & J Broadcasting
Sister stations WIMI, WJMS, WMPL, WUPY
Webcast Listen Live
Website themix93.com

WKMJ-FM (93.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a hot adult contemporary format, licensed to Hancock, Michigan.

The station was known as "Z93" WZRK with a CHR format throughout the 1980s, and has programmed a variety of formats since, including oldies and contemporary Christian music.

Mix 93 airs Dial Global Hot AC format with a local morning drive show during the day on weekdays. Mix93 is also the exclusive radio voice of the Michigan Tech Huskies, covering all home and away hockey, football, and basketball games, as well as select volleyball games. Dirk Hembroff currently serves as the "Voice of the Huskies," and is in his seventh year as the radio play-by-play commentator for Huskies Hockey. In addition to covering games, Mix93 also airs a program entitled "Huskies Drive Time," a half hour of programming dedicated to Michigan Tech Huskies sports, including game highlights, coach interviews, and discussion.

WKMJ, along with its sister station, WMPL-AM, were purchased in 2006 from Victor Broadcasting Corp. by J & J Broadcasting.

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Coordinates: 47°06′07″N 88°34′12″W / 47.102°N 88.570°W / 47.102; -88.570