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|City||North Pole, Alaska|
|Broadcast area||Greater Fairbanks, Alaska, area|
|HAAT||479 meters (1572 feet)|
|Callsign meaning||King Jesus North Pole|
|Owner||Evangelistic Alaska Missionary Fellowship|
|Sister stations||KJNP (AM)|
|City of license||ERP
|K285AL||104.9 FM||Fort Yukon, Alaska||4||D||FCC|
- Ryckman, Lisa Levitt (1988-04-10). "Even With Snowmobile, Alaska Missionary Finds It Slow Going". Los Angeles Times.
The call letters, KJNP, stand for King Jesus North Pole.
- "Station Information Profile". Arbitron.
- Orkin, David (2003-12-13). "The house that Santa Claus built; So you thought that Father Christmas lived in Lapland?". The Independent.
This North Pole has one other claim to fame; up a dirt road is the home of its radio station. It may be thousands of miles from the Bible Belt, but KJNP - "King Jesus North Pole" - blasts out the same message. Visitors are welcome to pop in for a free guided tour of the sod-roofed cabin that houses the studios: the staff are all volunteers [...]
- Campbell, Larry (1992-04-07). "Spreading the Word Across 1,400 Miles". Anchorage Daily News. p. B12.
Don Nelson and his wife, Gen, are founders of the 50000-watt KJNP religious radio and television station in North Pole.
- "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database.
- KJNP-FM official website
- Query the FCC's FM station database for KJNP
- Radio-Locator information on KJNP
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KJNP
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