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WRJZ
City of license Knoxville, Tennessee
Broadcast area Knoxville and Vicinity
Branding Joy 620
Slogan "Helping you grow in the faith"
Frequency 620 kHz
Format Christian Talk radio
Power 5,000 watts
Transmitter coordinates 35° 59' 24" N, 83° 50' 15" W
Owner Tennessee Media Associates
Sister stations WETR, WYLV, WDLF (FM), WKTS
Website http://www.wrjz.com/

WRJZ (Joy 620) is a Christian talk radio station in Knoxville, TN that broadcasts on 620 AM. It is owned by Tennessee Media Associates.

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Programming

Bob Bell hosts the morning show. Among the syndicated programs airing on Joy 620 are Focus on the Family, Chuck Swindoll's Insight for Living, In Touch with Charles Stanley, and Harold Smith's Radio Bible Hour.

WRJZ also airs Carson-Newman College football.[1]

History

WRJZ signed on in 1976, and J.J. Scott was one of the station's best-known personalities.[2]

Adele Arakawa, the first female DJ in Knoxville, worked at WRJZ broadcasting Top 40 music for 5 years in the late 1970s.[3]

Another DJ who became well-known was "John Boy" Isley.[citation needed]

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