KJZA

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KJZA
City Drake, Arizona
Branding K-Jazz Radio Network
Frequency 89.5 (MHz)
First air date 2000
Format Public radio
ERP 250 watts
HAAT 770 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 92985
Former callsigns KRTE (2000-2001)
Affiliations Public Radio International
Owner St. Paul Bible College
Website KJZA website

KJZA (89.5 FM) is a public radio station in Drake, Arizona and the key station in the K-Jazz Radio Network. It primarily features Public Radio International programming. It is simulcast on multiple towers along Interstate 40 through Arizona, from the California border to half an hour east of Flagstaff, Arizona.

History[edit]

KJZA was approved in 2000 as KRTE; it broadcasts from Bill Williams Mountain to primarily serve Williams, Arizona. The Kingman and Prescott transmitters were approved in 2009.

Programs[edit]

KJZA simulcasts KAWC 1320 AM in Yuma on weekdays, significantly expanding its coverage footprint well beyond its normal service area. The K-Jazz network features local programming on the weekends.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license ERP
W
Class FCC info
KJZK 90.7 Kingman, Arizona 30 A FCC
KJZP 90.1 Prescott, Arizona 27 A FCC
K217EP 91.3 Flagstaff, Arizona 10 D FCC

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Coordinates: 35°12′00″N 112°12′22″W / 35.200°N 112.206°W / 35.200; -112.206