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KXXJ
KXXJ logo.png
CityJuneau, Alaska
Broadcast areaSoutheast Alaska
Frequency1330 kHz
Branding1330 KXJ
SloganJuneau's Greatest Hits
Programming
FormatClassic Hits
Ownership
OwnerAlaska Broadcast Communications
(Juneau Alaska Communications, LLC.)
KINY, KJNO, KSUP, KTKU
History
First air date
2006
Former call signs
KTNL (2006-2007)
KXLJ (2007-July 1, 2011)
Call sign meaning
"hat tip" to LA's KHJ
Technical information
Facility ID161171
ClassB
Power10,000 Watts daytime
3,000 Watts nighttime
Transmitter coordinates
58°18′05.0″N 134°26′26.0″W / 58.301389°N 134.440556°W / 58.301389; -134.440556
Translator(s)107.9 MHz K300AB (Juneau)
Links
Websitehttp://www.kxjradio.com

KXXJ is a classic hits formatted broadcast radio station licensed to Juneau, Alaska, serving Southeast Alaska. KXXJ is owned and operated by Alaska Broadcast Communications. The station can also be heard on 107.9 FM.

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History

Logo used until July 2011.
Logo used until July 2011.

Launched in 2006 as KTNL. In 2007, the callsign was changed to KXLJ, which became an affiliate for Air America. When Air America went under in 2010, KXLJ became an ESPN Radio affiliate.

On May 12, 2011, Seattle Streaming Radio, LLC sold KXLJ to Alaska Broadcast Communications for $250,000. On July 1, 2011, KXLJ changed formats to classic hits as "1330 KXJ", a "nod" to Los Angeles's KHJ from the 60s and 70s, under new KXXJ calls.

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