Jasper Finally Has A FUN, Mass-Appeal FM radio station that always draws a huge crowd and reaches more than SIXTEEN TIMES the number of listeners of any other local radio station and the local newspaper!
Jasper, Alabama, at one time had three FM radio stations (including ours) licensed to operate from within the city. Since about the turn of the century, two of the three FM stations licensed to serve Jasper have chosen to forego service to the city of Jasper in favor of moving to other (presumably) much more profitable communities. This leaves our station, 101.9 Fox-FM, WQJJ, as the only FM radio station operating from and licensed to serve Jasper, Alabama.
Although 101.9 Fox-FM, WQJJ, has not ever undergone a change of ownership, it has changed a good bit since it's original inception during 1999 and 2000:
During these past five years, 101.9 Fox-FM, WQJJ, has become (quite literally) "Jasper's ONLY Real FM Radio Station". This, as the two other FM stations (formerly) in Jasper have now abandoned our community in the pursuit of more $$$ in the larger cities of Birmingham and Tuscaloosa.
We believe that Jasper deserves to have it's own local FM radio station which originates all programming from within our local community and we pledge to remain here in service to local businesses and residents who have come to expect programming and community service from our station that wins awards globally and is rivaled by no other while keeping 100% of our operation truly local, right here in our local community.
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