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Since December 9, 1947, KJIM has been broadcasting at 1500 on the AM radio dial, in one form or another. It was Sherman’s first commercial broadcast station. Its original programming was classical music and the radio station, over the years, offered a variety of formats. Now, 70 years later, KJIM-AM’s sister station KJIM-FM, is the area’s newest radio station at 101.3 on the dial.

KJIM-AM’s signal can be heard across North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. The new FM signal at 101.3 covers a 40-mile radius from its 370-ft tower in Denison on Texoma Parkway just north FM 691.

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Local News

KJIM-AM 1500, The Memory Maker, joins with KJIM-FM 101.3 to provide North Texas with The Best Songs on the Radio, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

KJIM Radio in Sherman/Denison, Texas is the most-listened-to radio station among adults 35+  in the Texoma region of North Texas and Southern Oklahoma. KJIM-AM 1500 went on-the-air on December 19, 1947 and served the area continuously with live, local news, regional weather, and national and international new from CBS Radio.

KJIM-AM 1500 has been serving the community with a consistent format of adult standards, local and national news. Our signal reaches over 5-million listeners.

KJIM-AM & FM is proud of its long history of community service and offering a unique style of programming for its adult audience.


Storytime

Waynetta Ausmus
Waynetta Ausmus
has been hosting her Sunday morning radio show"Storytime" from "The Luck-Me Ranch" for over 15 years. The eclectic collection of cowboy songs, poetry and yarn-spinning is a favorite respite for its loyal listeners.

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The Osgood File

Chales Osgood
KJIM-AM & FM features veteran CBS News commentator, Charles Osgood mornings and afternoons. The former CBS Television Sunday Morning Anchor Charles Osgood playfully explains why his catch-phrase, "See you on the radio," still applies to our modern world.

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