KMJJ-FM
Broadcast areaShreveport-Bossier City
Frequency99.7 MHz (HD Radio)
Branding99.7 KMJJ
Programming
Language(s)English
FormatUrban contemporary
AffiliationsPremiere Networks
Ownership
Owner
KRMD, KRMD-FM, KVMA-FM, KQHN
History
First air date
1978 (46 years ago) (1978) (as KCOZ at 100.1)
Former call signs
KCOZ (1978-1988)
Former frequencies
100.1 MHz (1978-1993)
Call sign meaning
MJJ = "Majic" (former branding)
Technical information
Facility ID63929
ClassC2
ERP23,500 watts
HAAT162.6 meters (533 ft)
Links
WebcastListen live
Website997kmjj.com

KMJJ-FM (99.7 MHz, "99.7 KMJJ") is an American radio station with an urban contemporary format broadcasting in the Shreveport-Bossier City Metropolitan Area. The station is owned by Cumulus Media and is headquartered at the Louisiana Boardwalk shopping center in Bossier City, Louisiana. The station's transmitter is southwest of the I-20/I-49 interchange in Shreveport, on a landmark non-supported structure nicknamed Eiffel Tower. It is co-located with KVMA-FM and KQHN-FM with the KRMD-FM auxiliary transmitter.

History

KMJJ was originally known as Majic FM 100 then on 100.1 FM debuting an urban format on August 1, 1988, flipping from easy listening KCOZ. It has been a heritage urban-formatted station since in the Shreveport area. In April 1993 KMJJ moved to 99.7 FM and upgraded to 50,000 watts. In the years since it has gained competition from KDKS and KBTT; it gained format companionship in 2004 when KVMA-FM took to the air. Since January 2008, KMJJ is the syndicated home of Big Boy's Neighborhood, replacing the Doug Banks Morning Show.

32°29′35″N 93°45′54″W / 32.493°N 93.765°W / 32.493; -93.765