KJIL

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KJIL
KJIL station logo.png
CityCopeland, Kansas
Broadcast areaDodge City, Kansas
Garden City, Kansas
Liberal, Kansas
Slogan"You're With Family"
Frequency99.1 MHz
First air dateSeptember 5, 1992[1][2]
FormatChristian Contemporary Music
ERP100,000 Watts
HAAT285 meters (935 ft)
ClassC1
Facility ID24987
Transmitter coordinates37°28′34″N 100°36′01″W / 37.47609°N 100.60024°W / 37.47609; -100.60024Coordinates: 37°28′34″N 100°36′01″W / 37.47609°N 100.60024°W / 37.47609; -100.60024
OwnerGreat Plains Christian Radio, Inc.[3]
Sister stationsKHYM
WebcastListen to KJIL West
Listen to KJIL East
Websitekjil991.com
kjil1057.com

KJIL is a Christian radio station broadcasting on 99.1 FM, licensed to Copeland, Kansas and serving the areas of Dodge City, Kansas, Garden City, Kansas, and Liberal, Kansas. The station is owned by Great Plains Christian Radio.[3]

The station's format consists primarily of Christian contemporary music, with a few Christian talk and teaching programs.[4]

History[edit]

KJIL began broadcasting September 5, 1992.[1][2] The station's first translator began broadcasting in 1994.[2] In December 1999, 90.7 KJOV in Woodward, Oklahoma began simulcasting KJIL.[5] Great Plains Christian Radio purchased the station for $60,000 the following year.[6]

In 2001, Great Plains Christian Radio acquired country music formatted KDMM-FM 105.7 in Herington, Kansas, and the station adopted a Christian contemporary format, with its call sign being changed to KJRL.[2][7][8]

Translators[edit]

KJIL is also heard on translators throughout Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and Colorado, as well as on full power stations KJRL 105.7 in Herington, Kansas, KJLG 91.9 in Emporia, Kansas, KJVL 88.1 in Hutchinson, Kansas, KJLJ 88.5 in Scott City, Kansas, KNGM 88.9 in Guymon, Oklahoma, KJOV 90.7 in Woodward, Oklahoma, and KJHL 90.9 in Boise City, Oklahoma.[9]

Kansas[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KJRL 105.7 Herington, Kansas 12,500 141 m (463 ft) C3 FCC
KJLG 91.9 Emporia, Kansas 3,000 81 m (266 ft) A FCC
KJVL 88.1 Hutchinson, Kansas 570 57 m (187 ft) A FCC
KJIH 89.9 Manhattan, Kansas 3,500 92 m (302 ft) A FCC
KJLJ 88.5 Scott City, Kansas 25,000 89 m (292 ft) C3 FCC
K234AG 94.7 Ashland, Kansas 205 59 m (194 ft) D FCC
K250AT 97.9 Belleville, Kansas 180 33.4 m (110 ft) D FCC
K244EL 96.7 Clay Center, Kansas 208 68 m (223 ft) D FCC
K228EE 93.5 Elkhart, Kansas 170 102.2 m (335 ft) D FCC
K220FA 91.9 Haviland, Kansas 171 107 m (351 ft) D FCC
K203FB 88.5 Hays, Kansas 250 69 m (226 ft) D FCC
K222AX 92.3 Junction City, Kansas 170 44.5 m (146 ft) D FCC
K299AR 107.7 McPherson, Kansas 170 82.3 m (270 ft) D FCC
K266BZ 101.1 Ness City, Kansas 170 72 m (236 ft) D FCC
K237DN 95.3 Pratt, Kansas 170 55 m (180 ft) D FCC
K207BP 89.3 Quinter, Kansas 232 74 m (243 ft) D FCC
K243BD 96.5 Salina, Kansas 250 30 m (98 ft) D FCC
K294AI 106.7 Scandia, Kansas 250 44 m (144 ft) D FCC
K214AU 90.7 Sharon Springs, Kansas 92 86 m (282 ft) D FCC
K219DC 91.7 St. John, Kansas 225 26 m (85 ft) D FCC
K204CD 88.7 Tribune, Kansas 250 39 m (128 ft) D FCC
K231BG 94.1 WaKeeney, Kansas 170 68.5 m (225 ft) D FCC

Oklahoma[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
KJHL 90.9 Boise City, Oklahoma 10,000 107 m (351 ft) C3 FCC
KNGM 88.9 Guymon, Oklahoma 25,000 98 m (322 ft) C3 FCC
KJOV 90.7 Woodward, Oklahoma 25,000 121 m (397 ft) C2 FCC
K229AV 93.7 Alva, Oklahoma 170 96.9 m (318 ft) D FCC
K204FY 88.7 Fairview, Oklahoma 50 176.4 m (579 ft) D FCC

Texas[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K218BS 91.5 Booker, Texas 193 54 m (177 ft) D FCC
K295BU 106.9 Dumas, Texas 170 79.7 m (261 ft) D FCC
K205CW 88.9 Follett, Texas 226 49 m (161 ft) D FCC
K211CF 90.1 Perryton, Texas 176 83 m (272 ft) D FCC
K296FF 107.1 Spearman, Texas 170 59 m (194 ft) D FCC

Colorado[edit]

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K203BW 88.5 Holly, Colorado 195 38 m (125 ft) D FCC
K220GA 91.9 Lamar, Colorado 182 70 m (230 ft) D FCC

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Broadcasting & Cable Yearbook 2010, Broadcasting & Cable, 2010. p. D-228. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  2. ^ a b c d "Ministry History: Look How Far We've Come". KHYM. Archived from the original on February 1, 2009. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  3. ^ a b FM Query Results: KJIL, fcc.gov. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  4. ^ Programs & On Demand Listening, KJIL. Retrieved October 22, 2018.
  5. ^ "KJIL Purchases full time station in Woodward!". KJIL. Archived from the original on March 2, 2000. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  6. ^ "Transactions", Radio & Records. March 10, 2000. p. 8. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  7. ^ "Format Changes & Updates", M Street Journal. Vol. 18, Issue 24. August 8, 2001. p. 6. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  8. ^ "Radio Business", Radio & Records. July 27, 2001. p. 6. Retrieved October 23, 2018.
  9. ^ "Listen Near You", KJIL. Retrieved October 22, 2018.

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