WJOY

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WJOY
City Burlington, Vermont
Broadcast area Burlington, Vermont metropolitan area
Branding AM 1230 WJOY
Frequency 1230 kHz
First air date September 14, 1946
Format Adult Standards, Soft Adult Contemporary
Power 1,000 watts unlimited
Class C
Facility ID 25864
Transmitter coordinates 44°27′3.00″N 73°11′51.00″W / 44.4508333°N 73.1975000°W / 44.4508333; -73.1975000
Affiliations America's Best Music (Westwood One)
Owner Hall Communications, Inc.
Sister stations WBTZ, WIZN, WKOL, WOKO
Website wjoy.com

WJOY (1230 kHz) is a commercial AM radio station broadcasting an adult standards/Soft adult contemporary format. Licensed to Burlington, Vermont, the station is owned by Hall Communications, Inc.[1]

WJOY carries the nationally syndicated music service "America's Best Music" provided by Westwood One. WJOY is one Burlington's oldest radio stations, first signing on the air on September 14, 1946. The transmitter, studios and offices are located on Joy Drive in South Burlington, Vermont, near Interstate 189.[2]

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