WMYJ (AM)

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WMYJ
City of license Martinsville, Indiana
Slogan My Joy
Frequency 1540 kHz
Repeaters W231BT 94.1 MHz FM
Format Southern Gospel
Power 500 watts day
250 watts critical hours
Class D
Facility ID 57356
Transmitter coordinates 39°24′31.00″N 86°25′10.00″W / 39.4086111°N 86.4194444°W / 39.4086111; -86.4194444
Former callsigns WMCB (1982–2005)
WSKT (2005–2005)
Affiliations Salem Communications' Solid Gospel format
Owner Mid-America Radio Group
Website http://www.wcbk.com/MY_JOY.html

WMYJ (1540 AM) is a radio station licensed to Martinsville, Indiana, USA. The station is currently owned by Mid-America Radio Group.[1][2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WMCB on 1982-08-23. on 2005-10-23, the station changed its call sign to WSKT, on 2005-11-29 to the current WMYJ,[3]

According to filings with the FCC, the station transmitter site was flooded by 8½ feet of water in June 2008, and FCC granted approval to suspend operations pending replacement of equipment.[1] The station returned to the air in September 2008, and shortly afterward added 24-hour FM service via a translator at 94.1 FM, formerly a local relay for the K-Love network.

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