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1955-1990 (WTJU-FM 91.3MHz) Edit

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1990-2000 (WTJU-FM 91.1MHz) Edit

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.

2000-2010 Edit

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.

2010-2012 Edit

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.

2012-2014 Edit

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.

2014-2015 Edit

WTJU-FM 2014

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.

2015-present Edit

WTJU-FM WHAN-AM 2015

Good morning/At this time, 91.1 FM, WTJU, Charlottesvile, will leave the air.

WTJU is licensed to the Board of Visitors at the University of Virginia, and operated by WTJU - a station composed of student and community volunteers.

WTJU operates on Channel 216, 91.1 MHz, with an effective radiated power of 750 watts, at 950 feet above average terrain, as authorized by the Federal Communications Commission in Washington, DC.

WTJU's studios are located in the basement of Peabody Hall on the grounds of the University of Virginia, with transmitter located on Carters Mountain in Albermarle County.

WTJU will return to the air this morning at 6:00 a.m., with classical programming. Until then, good night, or good morning - from WTJU, Charlottesville.