KFJM (90.7 FM) is a public radio station in Grand Forks, North Dakota airing an adult album alternative format with news in the mornings, jazz in the late evenings and blues and folk on the weekends.

CityGrand Forks, North Dakota
Broadcast areaGrand Forks, North Dakota
BrandingPrairie Public Radio
SloganRoots, Rock and Jazz: Your Radio Station Has Grown Up
Frequency90.7 MHz
First air date1925 (on AM)
1995 (FM)
FormatCollege/Public; Adult album alternative
ERP4,000 watts
HAAT34 meters
Facility ID69406
Former callsignsKFJY (1995-1997)
KUND (1997)
AffiliationsPrairie Public Radio, NPR
OwnerPrairie Public Radio
Sister stationsKUND-FM
WebcastListen Live

The station was owned by the University of North Dakota until September 2018 when it was purchased by Prairie Public Radio.[1] KFJM carries programs from NPR and Public Radio International. KFJM is currently the second oldest radio station in North Dakota, signing on a year after WDAY in Fargo.


KFJM signed on as KUND in 1923 on the AM dial as a college radio station for University of North Dakota, making it one of the first college radio stations and the second radio station to sign on in North Dakota after WDAY. Its frequency has changed throughout the years from 1310, 1440, and most recently 1370. In 1995, KFJY-FM signed on at 90.7 FM simulcasting on KFJM AM with a AAA format and jazz overnight. During April 1997, both stations went off the air as the floodwaters went through the transmitter. KFJY 90.7 was switched to KUND 90.7. KUND-FM then switched call signs with KFJM 89.3 FM after the flood.

On July 31, 2002, KUND/KFJM went off the air. KUND/KFJM signed back on on August 6, 2002 with its adult album alternative format featuring the long running "Into the Music with Mike Olson" along with NPR's The World Cafe with David Dye, American Routes, and Morning Edition from NPR. and North Dakota Public Radio (now known as Prairie Public).

KUND AM 1370 was sold to Real Presence Radio, a Roman Catholic organization, in 2004 to allow funding for a transmitter move which was completed on August 22, 2006. The call sign changed to KWTL, and it began airing Catholic programming from EWTN. On August 9, 2006, KFJM moved its transmitter from the University of North Dakota campus to a tower located in the Grand Forks industrial park.

In 2006, KDSU 91.9 FM of Fargo began simulcasting some of KFJM's programming, including "Into the Music with Mike Olson" and The World Cafe with David Dye during the midday. KPPR 89.5 FM of Williston was added to the network in 2011 as Prairie Public moved the news and classical programming to new station KPPW 88.7.


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