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KJCB
City of license Lafayette, Louisiana
Branding The Voice of the South
Frequency 770 kHz
Format Urban Contemporary
Power 1,000 watts day
500 watts night
Class B
Facility ID 54341
Transmitter coordinates 30°17′55.00″N 91°59′30.00″W / 30.29861°N 91.99167°W / 30.29861; -91.99167Coordinates: 30°17′55.00″N 91°59′30.00″W / 30.29861°N 91.99167°W / 30.29861; -91.99167
Former callsigns DKJCB (1998-1981)
Owner R & M Broadcasting

KJCB (770 AM, The Voice of the South) is a radio station broadcasting a Urban Contemporary music format.[1] Licensed to Lafayette, Louisiana, USA, the station serves the Lafayette area. The station is currently owned by R & M Broadcasting.[2]

History

The station was assign the call letters KJCB on December 14, 1981. on March 20, 1998, the station changed its call sign to DKJCB, on July 15, 1998 to the current KJCB,[3]

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