KCJJ (1630 AM) is a radio station licensed to serve Iowa City, Iowa, United States. The station is owned by Stephen Soboroff's (Steve Bridges) River City Radio, Inc.

CityIowa City, Iowa
Broadcast areaCedar Rapids, Iowa
BrandingThe Mighty 1630 KCJJ
Slogan"The Local Station"
Frequency1630 kHz
First air date1977
FormatLocal News, Hot Adult Contemporary
Power10,000 watts (day)
1,000 watts (night)
Facility ID87115
Transmitter coordinates41°36′03″N 91°30′04″W
AffiliationsCBS Radio News, Motor Racing Network, Westwood One
OwnerStephen Soboroff
(River City Radio, Inc.)
WebcastListen Live

KCJJ broadcast on 1560 kHz from 1977 until 1998. KCJJ signed off 1560 and signed on 1630 on October 14, 1998.


KCJJ has a full service format with hot adult contemporary music.[1] "The Mighty 1630" covers much of Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois. It is one of the few locally owned and operated stations in Eastern Iowa.

The Morning Show is hosted by Captain Steve Bridges, Jim Hunter, Tom Suter, and Pat Harty. Middays are handled by Tommy Lang, and Nights by Molly Suter. Local News is aired hourly and High School Sports are featured nightly. KCJJ is affiliated with CBS and CNN. KCJJ airs weathercasts from Severestudios.com. The station also broadcasts the syndicated Lex and Terry Show, The Mike O'Meara Show, and NASCAR.

KCJJ streams in-studio shows on YouTube and streams 24 hours a day on Tunein, Streema, myTuner, and KCJJ's website at www.1630kcjj.com.

In March 2013, KCJJ launched an internet radio station: 99 Plus KFMH, playing rock, blues, and jazz. The original KFMH broadcast from 1973 until 1994. It is available on Tunein, Streema, myTuner and www.99pluskfmh.com.


KCJJ broadcasts with 10,000 watts during the day and 1,000 watts at night. KCJJ can be heard throughout Eastern Iowa during the day and many states on the Eastern Coast at night.


  1. "Station Information Profile". Arbitron. Retrieved June 21, 2009.
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