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City of license Canton, Texas
Branding The Bee
B 95.7
Slogan "One Honey of a Radio Station"
Frequency 1510 kHz
Repeaters 95.7 FM
Format Full Service
Power 500 watts day
400 watts critical hours
Class D
Facility ID 8545
Transmitter coordinates 32°32′30.00″N 95°51′27.00″W / 32.5416667°N 95.8575000°W / 32.5416667; -95.8575000Coordinates: 32°32′30.00″N 95°51′27.00″W / 32.5416667°N 95.8575000°W / 32.5416667; -95.8575000
Former callsigns KMOO (?-1993)
KJMC (1993-1994)
KVCI (1994-2007)
KRDH (2007-2012)
Owner Butler7Media, LLC
Webcast Listen Live

The only Van Zandt County radio station is KWJB RADIO BROADCASTING ON 1510 AM & 95.7 FM & over East Texas Cable ch 3 TV.KWJB (1510 AM, "KWJB - THE BEE - ONE HONEY OF A RADIO STATION") is a radio station broadcasting a full service format consisting of local talk, Classic hits and Adult contemporary music. Licensed to Canton, Texas, USA, the station is owned by Butler7Media, LLC.[1] KWJB is also heard on 1510 AM & 95.7 FM & ETC Cable ch 3 TV in Canton, Texas. Also on the TuneIn App by putting KWJB in the search bar and over there web site

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K239AN 95.7 Canton, Texas 250 59.7 m (196 ft) D FCC


  1. ^ "KWJB Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. Retrieved 2010-03-03. 

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