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KCJK
City of license Garden City, Missouri
Broadcast area Kansas City, MO-KS
Branding 105-1 Jack FM
Slogan "Playing What We Want"
Frequency 105.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date June 18, 2001 (as KFME-FM)
October 7, 2004 (as KCJK)
Format Adult Hits
ERP 72,000 watts
HAAT 346 meters
Class C1
Facility ID 87565
Callsign meaning Kansas City's JacK FM
Former callsigns KFME-FM (2001-2004)
Owner Cumulus Media
(CMP Houston-KC, LLC)
Sister stations KCFX, K279BI, KCHZ, KCMO-FM/AM, KMJK
Webcast Listen Live
Listen Live via iHeart
Website 1051jackfm.com

KCJK (branded as "105-1 Jack FM") is a variety hits station that serves the Kansas City metropolitan area. Broadcasting at a frequency of 105.1 MHz, the station's transmitter is located in Independence, Missouri. The station's studios are located in Mission, Kansas.

History

105.1 was originally the frequency for KKJO, now at the frequency of 105.5. KFME ("e105"), with its '80s hits/Hot AC-hybrid format, debuted on June 18, 2001, with "You Get What You Give" by the New Radicals. The station was re-licensed to Garden City, Missouri (south of Kansas City). The station had modest results. After Susquehanna assumed ownership, Jack FM was introduced on October 7, 2004, at Noon. e105's final song was "Don't Speak" by No Doubt, while Jack FM's first song was "Dancing Queen" by ABBA. Jack FM initially debuted with considerable success. Like other Jack stations, KCJK is nearly jockless and sticks to a computerized playlist, highlighted by segments that include the “No-Request Lunch Hour” and liners chastising drivers who slow down to see accidents in the opposite set of freeway lanes.

KCJK and Susquehanna's properties were acquired by Cumulus Media in May 2006. Upon taking

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