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KMJK
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City of license Lexington, Missouri
(construction permit for North Kansas City, Missouri is pending)
Broadcast area Kansas City, MO-KS
Branding "Magic 107.3"
Slogan Classic Soul and Today's R&B
Frequency 107.3 MHz
First air date 2000
Format Urban Adult Contemporary
ERP 100,000 watts
Class C
Callsign meaning K MaJiK, pronounced Magic
Former callsigns KCFM, KISF, KNRX
Owner Cumulus Broadcasting
Sister stations KCHZ, KCFX, KCJK, KCMO-FM/AM
Website www.magic1073.com

KMJK (Magic 107.3) is an Urban Adult Contemporary radio station serving the Kansas City metropolitan area. Licensed to Lexington, Missouri (soon to relocate it to North Kansas City, Missouri under construction permit), the Cumulus Broadcasting outlet operates at 107.3 MHz with an ERP of 100kW.

KMJK was launched in 2000 as an Urban AC station playing R&B and Old School/Classic Soul in the market. It always maintained the same branding, but it was originally "Majik 107.3" (thus the call meaning) before correcting its spelling to "Magic 107.3" later. Its main competitor is long-standing heritage KPRS.

KMJK is Kansas City's home to the Tom Joyner Morning Show.

KMJK was origially located in Phoenix, Arizona and was moved after the Phoenix station was purchased in December 2000. Like the current format, the Phoenix staion of the same call letters, was also Urban Adult Contemporary and carried Tom Joyner in the morning. KMJK Majik 107 in Phoenix accepted the spelling of MaJiK as the first arabic phonetic spelling and origin of the word.

The Phoenix station was partially owned by the same company that moved the station to Kansas City, Syndicated Communications Incorporated (SYNCOM) of Silver Springs, Maryland. The station was later sold to Cumulus Media.

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