FM Technical Profile: WBHJ

Station Name:
95-7 Jamz
Black Contemporary
Transmitter Location:
Bibb county, about 1 mile south of Vance.
Power (ERP):
100 kW.
Antenna HAAT:
981 feet.
Other Information:
How's the Signal?
Signal is average over all of Jefferson and Shelby counties. Can be received well in Tuscaloosa, Clanton, Eutaw, Centerville and Demopolis.
2301 1st Ave North, Birmingham
Cox Broadcasting
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How's it sound?
The sound quality is good but not great. Station still has terrible treble hashing problems. Ocassional trouble with something in the chain causes annoying BZZZZZZZZZ! noise.
Was originally a Tuscaloosa station, with transmitter on 15th Street across from Taco Casa. Came on the air in 1958 as WTBC, companion to WTBC-AM 1230. Later had a seperate identity as WUOA (University of Alabama), as an adult contemporary station. Later changed calls to WFFX (The Fox) and added a more upbeat mix of music. Shortly before moving to the Birmingham market, the station went modern rock. It was during that period the transmitter moved to a taller tower near Vance, then  to become Jamz.

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