Tulsas KXOJ Changes Frequency

Tulsa, OK – After broadcasting on 100.9 FM for over thirty-nine years, national award winning radio station, KXOJ, is changing frequency to 94.1 FM, effective August 16th at 7:30 AM. This move allows KXOJ to broadcast with an effective radiated power of 100,000 watts, the maximum allowed by the Federal Communications Commission.

“Changing frequency to 94.1 FM allows KXOJ to reach more people, in more areas, with a more consistent signal. Making the change enhances the core purpose of the radio station, which is to get Contemporary Christian Music in as many ears as possible,” said KXOJ owner, David Stephens.

Currently, KXOJ broadcasts with an effective radiated power of 19,000 watts. The move to 94.1 FM represents a power increase of over 400%.

There are no other changes planned for the radio station, however, KXOJ’s move to 94.1 FM will launch with a multi-media campaign, and incentives for listeners to migrate over to the new frequency.

You can find out more by visiting the website www.kxoj.com.

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