FM Technical Profile: WKZJ
- Station Name:
- Big K
- Urban Adult
view] On the west side of AL-165 just north of the Jernigan
- Power (ERP):
- 3.4 kW
- Antenna HAAT:
- 876 feet
- 60 dBu protected
map, from the FCC.
Street View of the Davis Broadcasting cluster's studio building on
Wynnton Road in Columbus.
- This station most likely came on the air
in 1969 or 1970, as the FM companion to WULA in Eufaula, simulcasting
with the AM. In 1981 the station broke from the AM. The calls
were WLAZ; by 1982 they were WKQK, and the format was a mix of Top 40
and middle of the road music. By the mid-80's the station was
strictly Top 40 music when it took the WULA-FM calls again.
Later became oldies as "The River" with the WIOL calls in 1999.
The next year the station made a move towards the Columbus, Georgia
market. The station swapped places with 95.7 north of Columbus
in 2005, with this station becoming WKZJ. After the change the
format here became adult contemporary. It later changed to Urban