FM Technical Profile: WDJC

Station Name:
93, WDJC
Christian Adult Contemporary
Transmitter Location:
Red Mtn., about 1/4 mile east of Wenonah Rd.
Power (ERP):
100 kW.
Antenna HAAT:
1007 feet.
Other Information:
How's the Signal?
Signal is excellent  over most all of Jefferson and Shelby counties. Can be received well in Cullman, Tuscaloosa, Gadsden, Anniston, Clanton and more.
2727 19th Place South Homewood
Noted Personalities:
How's it sound?
The sound quality of this station is very good. They sometimes have balance problems. Some of their prerecorded programming sounds like it was recorded on a cheap tape recorder.
Started off in the mid 40's as WSGN-FM, companion of WSGN-AM. Became WSFM, a classical music station owned by James Melonas, in the 50's. With no hope of being profitable, it survived as a nobile crusade supported by a few loyal classical music fans. A religious organization now operates it as  a commercial religious station. Being commercial, it's not relegated to the noncommercial (88-92 MHz) band. The owners have turned down many offers over the years from other broadcasters wanting to pirchase the facility and go with a more competitive format. The WDJC calls are from the name of the owner, D.J. Crawford. Early in 2000 the station moved to offer all music all the time, leaving talk and preaching behind.

Transmitter location from Tiger Map Server, below left. Protected contour status from FCC, below right.