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KJHM-FM (101.5 FM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Strasburg, Colorado, that broadcasts to the Denver, Colorado area. KJHM-FM airs an urban oldies format branded as "Jammin 101.5". KJHM transmits at an ERP of 93,000 Watts @ 600 meters from a tower about 60 miles northeast of Denver in Bennett, which is where sister station KDHT Hot 107.1 broadcasts from. KJHM'S signal isn't as strong in the Downtown Denver area as well as the western suburbs (Arvada, Lakewood and Wheat Ridge) even though there is a booster in Commerce City which helps... See more

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Leela James - Right Back In It
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Grover Washington Jr Ft Bill Withe - Just The Two Of Us
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Next - Too Close
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Silk - Freak Me
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Puff Daddy Feat Mase - Cant Nobody Hold Me Down
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Mark Ronson Ft Bruno Mars - Uptown Funk
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Prince - Kiss
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Eve / Gwen Stefani - Let Me Blow Ya Mind
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Paula Abdul - Opposites Attract
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Maeta Ft Free Nationals - Through The Night
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Rose Royce - I Wanna Get Next To You
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Destinys Child - Survivor
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Nelly Furtado - Say It Right
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Tracie Spencer - Tender Kisses
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Coolio - Gangstas Paradise
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Bruno Mars - Treasure
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Tems - Free Mind
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One Way - Cutie Pie
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SWV - Im So Into You
StrasburgFM|101.5
WatkinsFM|101.5
+1303-597-1015
3033 S Parker Rd, Suite 700, Aurora, CO 80014, USA
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Update stationlast update [2023-02-28 14:37:47]
KJHM-FM (101.5 FM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Strasburg, Colorado, that broadcasts to the Denver, Colorado area. KJHM-FM airs an urban oldies format branded as "Jammin 101.5". KJHM transmits at an ERP of 93,000 Watts @ 600 meters from a tower about 60 miles northeast of Denver in Bennett, which is where sister station KDHT Hot 107.1 broadcasts from. KJHM'S signal isn't as strong in the Downtown Denver area as well as the western suburbs (Arvada, Lakewood and Wheat Ridge) even though there is a booster in Commerce City which helps with the signal reach closer to Denver.KJHM was originally KBRU 101.7, licensed to Fort Morgan with an adult contemporary format. KJHM-FM still has clear coverage over its old city of license.The station was branded as "101.5 Martini On The Rockies" as KTNI, an adult standards format, for two years until switching to "Indie" modern rock format in February 2008. When the station changed, they used an on-air clicking sound effect of an iPod being randomly selected to play a song supposedly on the station's music playlist, to suggest the next song could be anything that was available on the device. This approach was used for a couple of months until it lost popularity with listeners.According to FCC filings, the station's owner (KBRU-FM, LLC - a subsidiary of Denver Radio Company) sought bankruptcy protection in February 2008 and has since emerged from bankruptcy.On January 16, 2009, the debtor in possession for Denver Radio Company received permission to operate the station temporarily without a main studio within 25 miles of the community of license, which is a requirement for all commercial radio stations. It plans to operate and run the station from a consolidated facility with station KONN in Aurora, Colorado.The station was sold to Max Media in 2009. Upon the completion of the sale, on July 31, 2009, KTNI dropped the Indie 101.5 format, and moved online as Indie303.com. The station ran a week long stunt running with a "stripper format", and christening themselves as The Pole. The stunt was sponsored by Denver's local strip club Shotgun Willie's. At 4pm on Thursday, August 6, KTNI became a Talk format as 101-5 "The Truth", simulcasting conservative talk along with local AM stations carrying the same programs surrounding the Denver market.On September 3, 2010 KTNI 101-5 "The Truth" changed their format to Rhythmic Oldies as "Jammin 101.5". This reincarnates the station that was lost back on December 14th, 2005 when it was on 92.5 as KDJM-Jammin 92.5, which was launched by Chancellor Media in 1999 who sold the station to Infinity Broadcasting.On September 23rd KTNI was changed to KJHM to reflect the "Jammin" moniker.