FM Technical Profile: WALJ
- 105-1 Jamz
view] Romulus Rd (CR-2) at Microwave Rd. in western Tuscaloosa
County, a few miles south of the community of Coker.
- Power (ERP):
- 2.6 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 506 feet
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
- HD-2: Adult Album
Alternative "Birmingham Mountain Radio"
JAMZ Time-[?] Text-song title/artist
1051 JAMZ, Tuscaloosa's… PTY-Rhythm and Blues PI-WALJ-FM
AL.com article on Birmingham Mountain Radio's expansion
into the Tuscaloosa market.
Street View imagery of the building housing the SummitMedia studios
off Highway 280 in Hoover, Alabama. SummitMedia runs the
station for Apex.
RDS data display from an Insignia radio in northwest Alabama,
showing the PI (call sign) and Radio Text fields.
- This station
signed on for the first time in late September 2011 as "105-1
Jamz". It is being LMA'd by Apex to SummitMedia in Birmingham,
who also runs a "Jamz" station there. Local comedian Roy Wood
Jr. debuted with the station as the morning show host. The
station is broadcasting from the old "ARRO 100.7" site that Apex
used last time they were in the market. The station began
broadcasting in HD digital radio sometime in the summer of 2015 and
added the AAA-formatted "Birmingham Mountain Radio" program to its
HD2, which is also feeding a newly built translator that came on in
July of 2015. That HD-2/translator combo was severed in
December of 2017 when the translator began relaying Townsquare's WTUG-HD3
classic hits format. It is unknown if WALJ is still airing BMR
on its HD-2 or not.