WJSP-FM

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WJSP-FM
Georgia Public Broadcast 2010 logo.png
City Warm Springs, Georgia
Broadcast area Columbus and west central Georgia
Branding Georgia Public Broadcasting
Slogan "Bringing you the best"
Frequency 88.1 MHz
First air date 1984
Format Public radio
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 461.2 metres (1,513 feet)
Class C
Facility ID 23927
Callsign meaning James S. Peters
Owner Georgia Public Broadcasting
(Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission)
Webcast Listen Live
Website gpb.org

WJSP-FM (88.1 FM) is the Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) Public radio station serving Columbus and all of west-central Georgia. It shares a radio tower with GPB TV station WJSP-TV just outsidef Warm Springs, Georgia, its city of license. The station was one of the first GPB radio stations, first broadcasting in 1984. Unlike some of the other stations in the system, WJSP-FM only simulcasts the GPB radio network, with no local programs.

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For some years, the station was also heard in Atlanta on W264AE FM 100.7, until it was forced permanently off-air in 2001 by commercial radio station WWWQ (now WNNX FM 100.5, which relocated from Anniston, Alabama, on an adjoining frequency. This left the GPB headquarters city without its own station, and also forced WGHR to go permanently off-air as well. However, WABE FM 90.1 and to some extent WCLK FM 91.9 (which are not part of the GPB system) air NPR/PRI programming, and classical and jazz music to metro Atlanta.

WJSP-FM is relayed by an additional three broadcast translators to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
(MHz)
City of license Facility
ID
ERP
W
Height
m (ft)
Class FCC info
W299AX 107.7 Columbus, Georgia 141662 250 129 m (423 ft) D FCC
W276BK 103.1 Cochran, Georgia 149343 10 166.9 m (548 ft) D FCC
W295AY 106.9 Crystal Valley, Georgia 141665 250 120.8 m (396 ft) D FCC

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Coordinates: 32°51′07″N 84°42′04″W / 32.852°N 84.701°W / 32.852; -84.701