WJOH

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WJOH
City Raco, Michigan
Broadcast area [1]
Branding Smile FM
Slogan Michigan's Positive Hits
Frequency 91.5 MHz
First air date July 11, 2006
Format Contemporary Christian
ERP 5,500 watts
HAAT 100 meters
Class A
Callsign meaning Joy FM (former branding of sister stations)
Affiliations Smile FM
Owner Michigan Community Radio
Webcast http://www.smile.fm/streaming/
Website http://www.smile.fm/

WJOH is a non-commercial Contemporary Christian FM radio station which is part of the Smile FM radio network. In July 2006, it began broadcasting from Raco just west of Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan. WJOH operates from a 328' tower with 5.5 kW with a non-directional 4 bay antenna made by Ed Czelada, founder of Smile FM, from 1½" copper pipe. All programming originates at WLGH in Lansing, Michigan.

The station is owned by Michigan Community Radio which is in turn owned by Jennifer and Edward Czelada who also own Superior Communications and Northland Community Broadcasters.

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Coordinates: 46°23′28″N 84°27′50″W / 46.391°N 84.464°W / 46.391; -84.464