KWWJ

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KWWJ
CityBaytown
Broadcast areaGreater Houston
BrandingGospel 96.9 & 1360 KWWJ
SloganHouston's #1 Gospel Leader
Frequency1360 kHz
Translator(s)96.9 K245CQ (Houston)
First air date1360: March 3, 1948; 70 years ago (1948-03-03)
96.9: July 28, 2017
FormatUrban Contemporary Gospel
Language(s)English
Power1360: 5,000 Watts (Daytime)
1,000 Watts (Nighttime)
ERP96.9: 250 watts
HAAT96.9: 199 meters
Class1360: B
96.9: D
Facility ID1360: 58724
96.9: 86982
Transmitter coordinates29°46′28″N 95°0′55″W / 29.77444°N 95.01528°W / 29.77444; -95.01528
Callsign meaningKeep Walking With Jesus
Former callsignsKREL (1948-1959)
KWBA(1959-1974)
KBUK (1974-1988)
OwnerSalt of the Earth Broadcasting (Darrell Martin interests)
WebcastListen live
Websitewww.kwwj.org

KWWJ (branded as Gospel 96.9 & 1360 KWWJ) AM is an urban contemporary gospel AM radio station, paired with an FM relay translator, broadcasting within the Houston metropolitan area, and licensed to Baytown. It is currently owned by Salt of the Earth Broadcasting.

History[edit]

The studio building, transmitter building, and 3 tower array for "'Gospel 1360 KWWJ"' are all original to the 1360 facility, which began in Baytown March 3, 1948 as KREL. 1360 was originally owned by Tri-Cities Broadcasting and operated around the clock at 1 kilowatt. On March 3, 2018, 1360 celebrated its 70th year of operation from the original location on Decker Rd. & Loop 330 in Baytown, Texas.

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