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Live 95 is all Christmas Friday December 15 - Monday December 25.
|Welcome to the all new Live 95!
Our station, based in Cullman Alabama, is the only radio station with a
focus solely on Cullman County. Other radio stations based in
Cullman have signals that reach far beyond our local community of target -
Cullman. The concept of live 95 began in November 2013 with
the application for a new type of broadcast license made available by the
FCC - a low-power broadcast license. Those of us behind Live 95
applied for and received a low power broadcast license and began building
out the radio station in April 2014. We signed on with test
equipment April 7, 2014, around 5:30 pm. The first song on the air
was "You and Me", from the Dave Matthews Band. We began to air
announcements in between programming telling listeners to find us on
facebook - and the first post from someone we did not recognize
(personally) was on April 18. We assume they found us "scanning" the
Our mission is to introduce Cullman to
types of music they may never have heard before due to our available
choices on the dial - as well as to support businesses in
Cullman as much as possible. We had
companies from all across the United States contacting us once we received
our construction permit to build our station, WRJM-LP. However, it
was an easy decision to employ a local company, Baker Productions, to
build out or station and transmitting equipment. Since this is
a low-power station, the signal does not get as far as a "normal" FM radio
station would. Once on the air, we determined our signal gets
about to Baileyton / Joppa to the east, about to West Point to
the West, just off Lacon mountain to the north, and about to
Hanceville to the south. In fact, one trip to Hanceville revealed
the station came in clearly in Garden City ; another day it did not.
Same deal towards Dodge City - on the interstate, it gets to the edge of
Dodge City, but begins to break up once you are out of Dodge City.
So - we do cover most of Cullman County - but remember, we are low power,
and we cover as much territory as the FCC broadcast license allows us to.
Who is interested in Live 95?
WRJM-LP is a service of Cullman
Cullman Community Radio