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WJSH
WJSH TheHighway104.7 logo.png
CityFolsom, Louisiana
Broadcast areaNorthshore/Lake Ponchartrain
Frequency104.7 MHz
BrandingThe Highway 104.7
Programming
FormatClassic Country
Ownership
OwnerNorth Shore Broadcasting Co., Inc.
WFPR, WHMD, WTGG, WYLK
History
First air date
1990
Former call signs
KGZC (1990-1996)
WYLK (1996-1999)
WSJZ (1999-2000)
Technical information
Facility ID19616
ClassA
ERP6 kilowatts
HAAT100 meters (330 ft)
Transmitter coordinates
30°39′55″N 90°04′49″W / 30.66528°N 90.08028°W / 30.66528; -90.08028
Links
WebcastListen Live
Websitewww.highway1047.com

WJSH (104.7 FM) is a classic country-formatted radio station licensed to Folsom, Louisiana. The format is known as "The Highway 104.7".[1]

Previous callsigns were WSJH and WSJZ.[2]

On October 25, 2019, this signal was transferred to North Shore Broadcasting.

References

  1. ^ "Highway Built In Louisiana's North Shore". Apr 3, 2014. Retrieved Oct 1, 2019.
  2. ^ "Call Sign History". licensing.fcc.gov. Retrieved Oct 1, 2019.