WMYJ (AM)

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WMYJ
City Martinsville, Indiana
Slogan My Joy
Frequency 1540 kHz
Repeater(s) W231BT 94.1 MHz FM
Format Southern Gospel
Power 500 watts day
250 watts critical hours
Class D
Facility ID 57356
Transmitter coordinates 39°24′31.00″N 86°25′10.00″W / 39.4086111°N 86.4194444°W / 39.4086111; -86.4194444
Former callsigns WMCB (1982–2005)
WSKT (2005–2005)
Affiliations Salem Communications' Solid Gospel format
Owner Mid-America Radio Group
Website http://www.wcbk.com/MY_JOY.html

WMYJ (1540 AM) is a radio station licensed to Martinsville, Indiana, United States. The station is owned by Mid-America Radio Group.[1][2]

History[edit]

The station went on the air as WMCB on August 23, 1982. On October 23, 2005, the station changed its call sign to WSKT, and on November 29, 2005 to the current WMYJ.[3]

According to filings with the FCC, the station transmitter site was flooded by 8½ feet of water in June 2008, and FCC granted approval to suspend operations pending replacement of equipment.[1] The station returned to the air in September 2008, and shortly afterward added 24-hour FM service via a translator at 94.1 FM, formerly a local relay for the K-Love network.

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