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KMJM ClassicCountry1360 logo.png
City Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Branding Classic Country 1360
Frequency 1360 kHz
Translator(s) 101.5 K268CY (Cedar Rapids)
First air date 1961 (as KHAK)
Format Classic Country
Power 1,000 watts (day)
124 watts (night)
Class D
Facility ID 54164
Transmitter coordinates 41°55′28″N 91°36′55″W / 41.92444°N 91.61528°W / 41.92444; -91.61528
Former callsigns KHAK (1977-?)
KTOF (?-2001)[1]
Owner iHeartMedia, Inc.
(Capstar TX LLC)
Sister stations KKRQ, KKSY-FM, KOSY-FM, KXIC, WMT
Webcast Listen Live

KMJM (1360 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed to Capstar TX Limited Partnership. It airs a classic country music format including Cedar Rapids Roughriders Hockey, Coe College Football, and occasionally Iowa Hawkeyes Women's Basketball.[2]


The Cedar Rapids allocation for 1360 AM signed on in 1961, alongside its FM sister station at 98.1 FM, both taking on the call letters KHAK. Both stations formatted country music -- although not exclusively until sometime later in the 1960s -- and for many years the AM signal was duplicated on the FM frequency.

At some point in the mid-1990s, KHAK-AM changed its format to contemporary Christian as KTOF-AM, and was a simulcast of KWOF in Hiawatha, Iowa.[3] On December 19, 2001, the station switched callsigns to the current KMJM[1] and began airing a nostalgia format of "American music classics" from the 1930s and 1940s.[3]

On January 11, 2010 KMJM flipped to its current format of classic country.


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  1. ^ a b "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. 
  2. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. 
  3. ^ a b Kenyon, John (2002-01-04). "Radio fans must learn new numbers". Cedar Rapids Gazette. KTOF-AM (1360), which until Dec. 19 aired religious programming, is now KMJM-AM, playing what owner Clear Channel refers to as "American music classics," primarily popular music of the '30s and '40s. The religious programming that aired on KTOF was provided by KWOF-AM (850) out of Hiawatha. 

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