|City||Grand Junction, Colorado|
|Broadcast area||Grand Junction|
|Slogan||"Hear The Light!"|
|First air date||June, 1957|
|Power||5,000 watts day
79 watts night
The station was assigned the call sign KSTR on 1994-03-01. On 1994-10-12, the station changed its call sign to KKGM and on 1996-09-02 to KBZS. On 1998-01-30 the station became KKGM and on 1998-08-14 KKGJ. On 1998-12-04 the station returned to KSTR and on 1999-03-15 changed again to KRDY. On 2000-08-07 the station changed back to KSTR, and finally on 2001-04-23 the station became the current call letters: KJOL.
KJOL is also heard on KJYE AM 1400 in Delta, Colorado and KJOL-FM 91.9 in Montrose, Colorado, as well as translators on 99.5 FM in Grand Junction, Colorado and on 91.3 FM in Paonia & Hotchkiss, Colorado.
|City of license||ERP
|K258BP||99.5||Grand Junction, Colorado||250||D||FCC|
- Query the FCC's AM station database for KJOL
- Radio-Locator Information on KJOL
- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KJOL
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