KJML

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For the radio station licensed to Columbus, Kansas that held the call sign KJML at 105.3 FM from August 1997 to January 2008, see KMOQ.
KJML
City Columbus, Kansas
Broadcast area Joplin, Missouri
Branding "Rock 107"
Slogan "The Rock Station"
Frequency 107.1 MHz
Format Active Rock
ERP 11,500 watts
HAAT 149.0 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 64435
Transmitter coordinates 37°13′15″N 94°42′22″W / 37.22083°N 94.70611°W / 37.22083; -94.70611Coordinates: 37°13′15″N 94°42′22″W / 37.22083°N 94.70611°W / 37.22083; -94.70611
Former callsigns KBLT ( -1988)
KMOQ (1988-2008)
KJML (2008-2009)
KBZI (2/2009-11/2009)
Owner American Media Investments Inc.
Website KJML Online

KJML (107.1 FM) is a radio station broadcasting an Active Rock format. Licensed to Columbus, Kansas, USA, the station serves the Joplin area. The station is owned by American Media Investments Inc.[1]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as KBLT. On October 10, 1988, the station changed its call sign to KMOQ as "Q 107". On January 18, 2008 the KMOQ call sign and the CHR format were swapped with the KJML call sign and Active Rock format that had been broadcast on 105.3 FM in Columbus. On February 19, 2009, the call sign was changed to KBZI which had been on the now defunct 100.7 FM frequency. The format never ended up changing from the Active Rock to the Hot AC that had been on 100.7 FM and the call sign was quickly changed back to KJML on November 16, 2009.[2] KJML had been at 105.3 before that it was KOCD CD105.3 which now is called CD103.7 and is licensed to Okemah, Oklahoma.

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