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CityCitronelle, Florida
Broadcast areaCrystal River, Florida
Frequency107.5 MHz
BrandingWFJV 107.5
Slogan"The Talk of Citrus County"
FormatChristian Talk
OwnerWFJV Community Radio Group
First air date
Former frequencies
107.5 MHz (2003-2005)
103.3 MHz (2005-2017)
Call sign meaning
owner Frank J. Velaz
Technical information
Facility ID133271
ERP46 watts
HAAT43.8 meters (144 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
28°58′43″N 82°34′50″W / 28.97861°N 82.58056°W / 28.97861; -82.58056
WebcastListen Live

WFJV-LP (107.5 FM) is a low-power FM radio station licensed to serve Citronelle, Florida, United States. The station is owned by WFJV Community Radio Group.

WFJV-LP broadcasts a religious talk format.[1]


The station was assigned the WFJV-LP call sign by the Federal Communications Commission on May 27, 2002.[2]

WFJV-LP radio first signed on in early 2003, operating at 107.5 MHz; it had a blend of contemporary hit music and select oldies along with news, public affairs and religious programming.

On September 13, 2005, Tampa Bay-area radio station WXGL 107.3 FM was granted a permit to move its transmitting facilities from Oldsmar to the WDUV transmitter site in Holiday. This would put WXGL's transmitter much closer to WFJV-LP and would cause severe interference to WFJV-LP, being only one channel away at 107.5. WFJV-LP immediately filed with the FCC an application to move frequency to 103.3 MHz. It was granted December 1, 2004 and WFJV-LP began operating on its new frequency March 1, 2005. During this transition, it changed its format to its recent format of Bible Study and Gospel. On March 30, 2005, the permit to move transmitter sites for WXGL had expired and was canceled.[citation needed] The station was licensed to move back to the 107.5 FM frequency on November 15, 2017.

See also


  1. ^ "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Retrieved September 3, 2009.
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". FCC Media Bureau CDBS Public Access Database. Retrieved September 3, 2009.