Radio Station Information
KJR 950 AM
Seattle's Most Entertaining Sports Talk
City of License:
iHeartMedia (Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
351 Elliott Ave W., Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98119
KJR is an AM radio station broadcasting at 950 KHz. The station is licensed to Seattle, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market. The station broadcasts Sports programming and goes by the name "Sports Radio 950 KJR" on the air with the slogan "Seattle's Most Entertaining Sports Talk". KJR is owned by iHeartMedia.
Nearby Radio StationsKGNW 820 AM, KVSH 101.9 FM, KVI AM 570, KOMO Newsradio 1000, 710 ESPN, 1090 The Patriot, The Truth 770, El Rey 1360, Sacred Heart Radio 1050, Radio Punjab 1250
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Seattle-Tacoma, WA
Listener Comments and Reviews
This morning show is just awful. Please bring Dick Fain back . Chuck and Buck just like to hear themselves talk and make jokes. No local sports content I ever hear. The Chuck guy is from out of state and has no local sports interest. the Buck guy has a 40 game career in the majors and is not an authority and is not a gifted radio host. I am a UW graduate, and and Seahawks fan. I am born and raised in Seattle. KJR has been my station since I was in grade school. I have multiple friends that think the way i do about the morning show and we have all switched to 710 KIRO.
By: Dr.Tim A1 Tim Carey on April 11, 2018
Does Mike Still work for you. A long time friend from S. F. West Portal.
By: Steve Miller on August 6, 2019
Does anyone know what's happening to KJR 950 AM? The current sports radio is simulcasting on 93.3 FM lately, and have announced that they will be losing the 950 AM station soon.
Anyone know what's up?
By: Joe on April 4, 2022
I came across a Twitter page for KJR that mentioned 1090 AM. I kind of thought it was weird that they have two brandings, so maybe 1090 will permanently pick up KJR, which leaves 950 open for something else. I should add, though, that 1090 itself has changed callsigns to "KPTR" in March, which formerly was a Progressive Talk Station in California, so it becomes impossible to tell for sure. My overall theory is that now that they have 93.3 KUBE, they will probably give up the old callsign for some other station to pick up, and we'll get 93.3 KJR, with possibly a simulcast on 1090 or possibly 1300 KKOL (which simulcasts 1590, and iHeart probably wants to get rid of redundancies like that). Otherwise, who knows?
By: ZBG on April 7, 2022
Update for Joe: I asked a couple of engineers who lives up in Seattle, and the game plan is this:
93.3 FM will be KJR with local shows
950 AM will be Fox Sports syndicated.
1090 AM will be Conservative Talk "The Patriot".
The official change will be May 22nd, 2022.
By: ZBG on April 8, 2022
Thanks for updates, ZBG. A shuffling of the sports stations with a new Conservative Talk on 1090.
950 AM appears to include (at least some) CBS Sports radio. I've heard Amy Lawrence (CBS sports radio) on the new 950 AM.
I don't miss the old Kube 93.3 FM at all.
By: Joe on April 23, 2022
Glad to help! Yeah, Amy Lawrence is CBS, my bad.
By: ZBG on April 26, 2022
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