Radio

Radio

WJMJ Radio is an educational, non-commercial FM radio station licensed to Saint Thomas Seminary and is a service of ORTV, Inc.  WJMJ was founded in 1976 by the late Archbishop John F. Whealon as the first archdiocesan operated radio station in the United States, and was the result of a vision brought forth by the Second Vatican Council.  It was Archbishop Whealon's goal to create a radio station that would offer the Good News of Christ to a wider listening audience through a format of inspiring messages and pleasant music.

Through its main transmitter located in Burlington, CT at 88.9 FM, repeater translators located in Hamden at 93.1 FM and New Haven at 107.1 FM, and broadcast in HD in Fairfield on WSHU at 91.1 FM HD-3; WJMJ is able to reach and serve a vast listening audience throughout central and south western Connecticut and south central and western Massachusetts; and globally with its live Internet stream.



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