|Frequency||89.9 MHz (HD Radio)|
|Branding||WJCT News 89.9|
|Subchannels||HD1: WJCT-FM analog|
HD2: Classical 24 (Classical music)
HD3: Anthology (Classic hits)
HD4: "The Independent" (AAA)
First air date
Call sign meaning
|W Jacksonville Community Television|
|HAAT||251 meters (823 ft)|
Public license information
WJCT-FM (89.9 MHz) is a public radio station in Jacksonville, Florida. Owned by WJCT, Inc., it is an NPR member station. It shares studios with its sister PBS station WJCT (channel 7) on Festival Park Avenue, near TIAA Bank Field in Downtown Jacksonville's Stadium District. Its transmitter facilities are located on Hogan Road in the city's Killarney Shores area.
WJCT broadcasts in HD Radio; it broadcasts three full-time subchannels, Classical 24 on HD2— which carries classical music, Anthology on HD3 - which carries classic hits, and "The Independent" on HD4 - which carries adult album alternative.
From September to November 2019, the station ran a country music subchannel, Pop-Up Country, on HD4, as a tie-in to Ken Burns' PBS documentary series Country Music.
On July 13, 2020, WJCT-FM converted from its previous mix of news and music into an all-news/talk format with its music programs moved to its HD radio subchannels. On this date, the station became known as WJCT News 89.9.
On April 28, 2022, WJCT-FM's HD4 subchannel changed its format from lounge as "Electro Lounge Radio" to adult album alternative as "The Independent"