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For the Milwaukee, Wisconsin station licensed as WJZI until 2007, see WLDB.
City Decatur, Indiana
Slogan "Jazz in Indiana"
Frequency 1540 kHz
First air date 2007
Format Jazz
ERP 250 watts daytime
Class D
Facility ID 71465
Transmitter coordinates 40°49′14″N 84°55′12″W / 40.82056°N 84.92000°W / 40.82056; -84.92000
Callsign meaning W Jazz in Indiana
Owner Lewis Broadcasting, LLC
Website wjzi.com

WJZI (1540 AM) (formerly WADM) is a daytime-only radio station broadcasting a Jazz format. Licensed to Decatur, Indiana, United States. The station is currently owned by Lewis Broadcasting, LLC.[1]

In December 2011, WADM dropped its classic country format in favor of Jazz as WJZI ("Jazz in Indiana"). The new station plays traditional jazz as opposed to "smooth jazz." The call letters WJZI were formerly used by what is now WLDB in Milwaukee, Wisconsin when that station had a smooth jazz format. WJZI is now the only full-time jazz radio station in northeast Indiana, although WBOI in Fort Wayne is an NPR member station which plays jazz in the evening and overnight hours.

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  1. ^ "WADM Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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