Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Niagara Falls, NY
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY
M. J. Phillips Communications, Inc (M. J. Phillips Communications, Inc.)
WJJL is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1440 KHz. The station is licensed to Niagara Falls, NY and is part of the Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY radio market. The station airs oldies music programming. WJJL is owned by M. J. Phillips Communications, Inc.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: Michael Janda on September 26, 2012
alan m geldin audiologistprogram is my favorte program
By: anthony deluk on July 15, 2013
I hear so many great songs on your station and have forgotten who the artist is. Why not name the artist after you play the song? An instrumental you played on about 1:40pm on Tuesday July 22nd has been driving us crazy because we don't remember the artist or name of the song.
Love your station!
By: Diana Ilecki on July 22, 2014
Thank you for keeping am radio the way it should be.
Wish we could recieve you in Ohio.
By: Jim Porter on August 3, 2014
Love Casa Rico many meatballs to you and yours, keep Louis Prima Jr. in Niagara Region love the corney patter and the bumpa, bumpa music!!!!
By: John Collins on June 18, 2015
I need to know the name of a 60's song I heard last month , it sounded like it was Gerry and the pacemakers because it had that same beat like the one Don't let the sun catch you crying, it's driving me crazy! Also an instrumental song that was really fast caught my attention, don't know the name or artist, yes it would be nice if they at least had a website where you could go to to get the name and artist
By: Jaime on July 27, 2015
Just wanted to say that I've enjoyed your programming for years from the Canadian side of the Niagara Frontier. Lenny keeps me laughing and enlightened (I know I'm not Italian, but it would help) and Tom Darro accompanies me on my work commute in the mornings Monday through Friday. I love the nostalgia and all the great tunes. I agree that it helps when the artist or band is named after the song or set of songs is played. Sometimes when can find it online when searching with a piece of a lyric, but not always. Keep up the great work, and we the listeners are very grateful!
By: Robert Tripp on December 5, 2015
love to listen to your station, but I find that there is more talk than oldies, just wondering why?
By: sandro elia on March 21, 2016
where has the music gone in the morning. Too much boring talk, bring back the oldies
By: sandro elia on April 11, 2016
I know that you are in the nacc building on Pine Ave. But when traveling down Buffalo Ave I saw the old WJJL 1440 metal letters just rusting away. I thought the putting out on the lawn at the nacc could be great advertisement and also a piece of art.
By: melissa henwood on August 16, 2017
Love this station. Does anyone remember the the name of the sign off music played at 11:00 pm or midnight on WYNA in the late 50's,early 60's?Would love know the name and hear it again. Thanks
By: sharon anderson on November 20, 2017
Thank you for the beautiful tribute to my mother, Felicia Zarcone and her lifelong friend Yolanda Ferrini. It was beautiful!
By: Joseph Zarcone on December 10, 2017
Sharon Anderson WNIA , Try "Midnight Mood" by Richard Maltby on youtube listened almost every night for that song even though I had a Courier Express route to deliver in the morning.. It was salve for the psyche
By: Jay on December 15, 2017
Sharon if you liked Midnight Mood, you had to remember "Midnight in Moscow" with Kenny Ball, again youtube
By: Jay on December 15, 2017
Does this station still play Echoes of Erin on Saturdays from 4-5 pm? Irish music programming?
By: Madeline OBoyle on January 5, 2018
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