The History of KJAB Christian Radio
From 1986 to 1999, KJAB, also known as The Master's Radio, broadcasted at 380 watts at a frequency of 90.1 FM. In March 1999, we became the largest Christian radio station to broadcast Gospel bluegrass and Southern Gospel music in our area when we raised our power to 6000 watts on a 130' tower.
Then in February of 2005, we moved to a 320' tower and changed our power to 4,800 watts. Although our wattage is less, the tower height has expanded our signal greatly to reach more listeners with the best in Southern and Bluegrass Gospel as well as children's programming, Christian talk radio, Bible preaching and daily prayer time.
KJAB at 88.3 FM now provides a clear signal to several Central Missouri cities including: Fulton, Jefferson City, Moberly, Montgomery City, Vandalia, parts of Columbia and many other communities. For a clear picture of our broadcast area, click here to see our broadcast map.
In 2008, we began streaming live online at www.kjab.com. The Master's Radio can now be heard anywhere in the world that has internet!
The Future of KJAB
In the near future, we hope to begin broadcasting Bible programming, Southern Gospel and Gospel Bluegrass music at 100,000 watts reaching a potential listening audience of 1.7 million people with the Gospel message.