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WDJL is a daytime radio station in Huntsville, AL. With over 50,000 listeners, WDJL has become a pillar in the community of Huntsville, AL!

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WDJL (1000 AM, "Love 1000 Super AM") is a daytime-only radio station licensed to Huntsville, Alabama, that serves the Tennessee Valley area. The station is owned by James K. Sharp (d/b/a 5th Avenue Broadcasting). The station broadcasts a Christian radio format featuring a mix of gospel music, religious programming, and sermons.From 1968 until 1979 this frequency was operated as 10,000 watt daytime-only Top 40 station WVOV, the "Voice of the Valley." In 1979, the station flipped to a country music format before falling temporarily silent.WTAK lo... See more

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7226 Stringfield Rd. NW Huntsville, Alabama 35806
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WDJL (1000 AM, "Love 1000 Super AM") is a daytime-only radio station licensed to Huntsville, Alabama, that serves the Tennessee Valley area. The station is owned by James K. Sharp (d/b/a 5th Avenue Broadcasting). The station broadcasts a Christian radio format featuring a mix of gospel music, religious programming, and sermons.From 1968 until 1979 this frequency was operated as 10,000 watt daytime-only Top 40 station WVOV, the "Voice of the Valley." In 1979, the station flipped to a country music format before falling temporarily silent.WTAK logoIn May 1981 the station returned as WTAK, "Take-10," with an adult contemporary format and morning team Mike Sweeney and Gary Drake. Limited by the daytime-only restrictions, the station went through several formats and owners including Oldies, Urban Fusion, and Rock/Classic rock.In 1987 the station changed to a rock music format which it later shared with then co-owned WTAK-FM. After a transition period to establish the FM home of the format, and an April 1994 callsign change to WDJL, the AM station was sold off in 1995.In October 1996, local insurance and real estate broker Keith Sharp acquired the station as part of a land deal. The station flipped to an oldies music format as "Gold 1000".The station ran 10,000 watts of power in a directional pattern until 2006.
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