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WAMJ logo.png
City of license Fayetteville, Georgia
Broadcast area Atlanta metropolitan area
Branding "Majic 107.5
Slogan "Atlanta's Best Mix of R&B"
Frequency 97.5 (MHz)
First air date 1978
Format Urban adult contemporary
Language English
ERP 7,900 watts
HAAT 175 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 3105
Transmitter coordinates 33°29′29.00″N 84°35′0.00″W / 33.49139°N 84.58333°W / 33.49139; -84.58333
Callsign meaning W Urban Adult Contemporary (Format) MaJic (WUMJ Simulcast)
Former callsigns WPZE (2001-2009)
WEGF (2001)
WHTA (1995-2001)
WQUL (1990-1995)
WKUE-FM (1978-1990)
Owner Radio One of Atlanta
(ROA Licenses, LLC)
Sister stations WAMJ, WHTA, WPZE
Webcast Listen Live

WUMJ (97.5 FM, "Majic 107.5 | 97.5") is a radio station simulcasting an Urban adult contemporary format with sister station WAMJ (107.5 FM). Licensed to the suburb of Fayetteville, Georgia, it serves the Atlanta metropolitan area. It first began broadcasting in 1978 under the call sign WKUE-FM. The station is currently owned by Radio One of Atlanta.



WUMJ was first assigned the WKUE-FM call sign on December 4, 1978 on 97.7 FM. On September 3, 1990, the call sign was changed to WQUL as "Kool 97.7 FM". When then owner Griffin upgraded to a class C3 station in On July 17, 1995, its tower was moved closer to Atlanta on the 97.5 FM frequency and the format was changed to Mainstream Urban as "Hot 97.5". The call sign was changed to WHTA at this time.

WUMJ logo 2001-2009

On October 22, 2001, owner Radio One moved the radio format and the WHTA call letters to 107.9 as "Hot 107.9", and 97.5 became gospel "Praise 97.5" with the call sign WEGF. On December 5, 2001, the call sign was again changed to WPZE. In March 2007, WPZE began to carry the Yolanda Adams Morning Show based out of Houston via sister KROI-FM.

In February 2009, the Praise branding moved to 102.5 and WPZE changed to a simulcast of Majic 107.5. At this time the WAMJ call sign was moved to 107.5 FM to reunite with the "Majic" branding, the WPZE call sign was moved with the "Praise" format to 102.5 FM and 97.5 FM adopted the WUMJ call sign to go along with simulcast station WAMJ.[1][2]

107.5 WJZZ

In 2008 107.5 WJZZ Smooth Jazz had a low listener audience and lost all the sponsors for funding. It was sold to Radio One and became 107.5 WUMJ. It is now a R&B radio station.



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