KMAJ (AM)

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KMAJ
KMAJ (AM) logo.png
City Topeka, Kansas
Broadcast area Topeka and Vicinity
Branding The Big Talker 1440 KMAJ
Slogan Conservative Talk, News & Local Sports
Frequency 1440 kHz
First air date July 1947[1]
Format News/Talk/Sports
Power 5,000 watts (Daytime)
1,000 watts (Nighttime)
Class B
Facility ID 42014
Transmitter coordinates 39°01′17″N 95°34′15″W / 39.02139°N 95.57083°W / 39.02139; -95.57083Coordinates: 39°01′17″N 95°34′15″W / 39.02139°N 95.57083°W / 39.02139; -95.57083
Callsign meaning from its sister station KMAJ-FM
Former callsigns KJAY, KEWI, KSKX
Affiliations ABC News
Owner Cumulus Media
(Cumulus Licensing LLC)
Sister stations KDVV, KMAJ-FM, KTOP-FM, KTOP, KWIC
Webcast Listen Live
Website KMAJ1440.com

KMAJ (The Big Talker) is an AM radio station in Topeka, Kansas broadcasting on the frequency of 1440 kHz. KMAJ is an ABC News & Talk network affiliate that is owned by Cumulus Media.

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Beginning with the 2014-15 season, KWIC, along with KMAJ (AM) (1440), will be home to the Kansas Jayhawks football and basketball (men/women's) teams.[2] Previously, the games had been aired on WIBW (AM) (580).[2]

In addition, KMAJ also carries local high school basketball and football games.

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