WJTB

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WJTB
City North Ridgeville, Ohio
Broadcast area Greater Cleveland (limited)
Frequency 1040 kHz
First air date September 16, 1984
Format Gospel music/religious
Power 5,000 watts (daytime)
2,500 watts (critical hours)
Class D
Facility ID 64644
Transmitter coordinates 41°22′37.00″N 82°00′27.00″W / 41.3769444°N 82.0075000°W / 41.3769444; -82.0075000
Callsign meaning James Taylor Broadcasting[1]
Affiliations Sheridan Gospel Network
Owner Taylor Broadcasting Co.
(Taylor Broadcasting Co.)

WJTB (1040 AM) was a daytime-only radio station licensed to North Ridgeville, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland. Owned by Taylor Broadcasting Co., the station had broadcast a combination of gospel music and religious programming, and for a period of time, served as the Cleveland affiliate for the Sheridan Gospel Network. WJTB's studios (since demolished) were located in Elyria, while the station's transmitter resides on Root Road in North Ridgeville.

History[edit]

WJTB first went on the air on September 16, 1984.[2] In February 2012, the FCC fined WJTB $10,000 for failing to maintain a management and staff presence at its main studio.[3]

Current programming[edit]

The station airs a local gospel program on Saturday nights – Nettie and the New Sound in Gospel.[4]

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