|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
KJOL (620 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a Christian format. Licensed to Grand Junction, Colorado, United States, the station serves the Grand Junction area. The station is owned by United Ministries.
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|
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- Query Nielsen Audio's AM station database for KJOL
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