KXJK

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KXJK
KXJK 950am-106.5fm logo.png
CityForrest City, Arkansas
Branding950 am 106.5 fm
Slogan"Hometown Radio"
Frequency950 kHz
FormatAdult Contemporary, News/Sports
Power5,000 watts daytime
87 watts nighttime
ClassD
Facility ID22054
Transmitter coordinates34°51′17″N 90°55′02″W / 34.85472°N 90.91722°W / 34.85472; -90.91722Coordinates: 34°51′17″N 90°55′02″W / 34.85472°N 90.91722°W / 34.85472; -90.91722
AffiliationsCitadel Media, Premiere Networks, Dial Global, Yahoo! Sports Radio
OwnerForrest City Broadcasting Co.
Sister stationsKBFC
WebcastListen Live
Websitearkradio.com

KXJK (950 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Forrest City, Arkansas, United States. The station, established in 1949, is owned and operated by the Forrest City Broadcasting Company.

Forrest City Broadcasting Company

FM Translator[edit]

In addition to the main station on 950 MHz, the KXJK signal is relayed to an FM translator, which provides both High fidelity sound and the option of FM to listeners.

Broadcast translators of KXJK
Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
K293BS 106.5 Forrest City, Arkansas 138336 250 147.5 m (484 ft) D FCC

Programming[edit]

KXJK broadcasts a mixed format and features programming from ABC, ARN, Premiere Networks, Dial Global and Yahoo! Sports Radio. KXJK airs regional and local news as well as a morning show in simulcast with sister station KBFC. KXJK broadcasts Arkansas Razorbacks baseball.

History[edit]

This station began broadcast operations in 1949.

Staff[edit]

  • General Manager: Jeff Fogg
  • Asst. Manager: Richard Benson
  • Sales Manager: Rob Johnson
  • News Director: Rick Holt
  • Administrative Assistant: Jamie Downey

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