KFXJ

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KFXJ
KFXJ logo.png
City of license Augusta, Kansas
Broadcast area Wichita, Kansas
Branding 104.5 The Fox
Slogan Wichita's Classic Rock
Frequency 104.5 MHz
First air date 1992 (as KLLS)
Format Classic rock
ERP 45,000 watts
HAAT 157 meters
Class C2
Facility ID 37133
Transmitter coordinates 37°48′15.00″N 97°15′56.00″W / 37.8041667°N 97.2655556°W / 37.8041667; -97.2655556
Callsign meaning FoX
Former callsigns KQUI (05/03/91-09/23/91)
KLLS (09/23/91-05/05/00)
Affiliations ABC Radio
Owner Journal Communications
(Sale to Kiel Media Group pending)
(Journal Broadcast Corporation)
Sister stations KFDI-FM, KICT-FM, KFTI, KYQQ
Webcast Listen Live
Website 1045thefox.com

KFXJ (104.5 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock music format.[1] Licensed to serve Augusta, Kansas, USA, the station serves the Wichita, Kansas, area. The station is owned by Journal Communications and features programing from ABC Radio .[2] Its studios are located at those of television station KWCH in Wichita and its transmitter is located in Kechi, Kansas.

History[edit]

After being issued a construction permit in May 1991 as KQUI, the station signed on the air as KLLS, "Star 104.5", and aired an all-70's format. In May 2000, it shifted to classic rock, branded as "104.5 The Fox." The current KFXJ calls would be adopted on May 5 of that year.

On July 30, 2014, it was announced that The E.W. Scripps Company would acquire Journal Communications in an all-stock transaction. The combined firm will retain their broadcast properties and spin off their print assets as Journal Media Group.[3] KFXJ, their sister radio stations in the Wichita area and 2 TV stations were not included in the merge; in September, Journal filed to transfer these stations to Journal/Scripps Divestiture Trust (with Kiel Media Group as trustee).[4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KFXJ Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. ^ Glauber, Bill (30 July 2014). "Journal, Scripps deal announced". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Retrieved 30 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "Application for Consent to Assignment of Broadcast Station Construction Permit or License". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. September 2, 2014. Retrieved September 22, 2014. 
  5. ^ "Description of the Proposed Transaction". Federal Communications Commission. September 2, 2014. Retrieved September 22, 2014. 

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