KWJB

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KWJB
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
Website radiokwjb.com

KWJB AM & FM 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 www.KWJB.com.

KWJB broadcasts East Texas high school sports. Broadcasting from the First Monday Trade Days grounds in Canton, Texas, which hosts 100,000+ people each month who visit the world famous shopping event.


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