Radio Station Information


KJZP 90.1 FM

City of License:
Prescott, AZ

Public Radio (Public Radio International)

Flagstaff-Prescott, AZ

En Familia, Inc.

KJZP is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 90.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Prescott, AZ and is part of the Flagstaff-Prescott, AZ radio market. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming and goes by the name "K-Jazz" on the air.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hello do you do PSA or have an event calendar we can be posted on? Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016 Yarnell is nestled in the Weaver Mts between Wickenburg and Prescott AZ 47th ANNUAL EVENT: Activities for the entire family start at 9:00 AM. The Parade begins at 10 AM on Main Street. Vendors @ Main Vendors Field and throughout town, Art Show Awards and Car show, Silent Auction and raffle to support local nonprofit organizations, 50/50 tickets, Main stage featuring 3 bands: Bill Dutcher, Chad Freeman and Redline, TripWire, Astarte Sihaya & Godess belly dancers. Our popular Easy listening stage features local talent, mixed talent and Manzinita Rd, Magic SHow at the LIbrary, Go Green Zone , spinning wheel demo, Fire Dept Demos. Free WIFI, Many unique shops, and Antique Market. Join us for outdoor dancing at the Beer Garden, and great food. Maybe our local SpiderPharm, the largest in the world.... will have an exhibit at the Green Zone to show some tarantulas, black widows and other creepy crawlies. Visit the proposed Memorial site for the Granite Mountain Hot Shots, St Joseph’s Shrine and the Grotto. Visit our scenic views and a fantastic day of fun! Link to our web site to download applications and view more pictures. Yarnell Peeples Valley Chamber of Commerce and face book Yarnell Daze May 14, 2016
By: Trish Edwards on April 18, 2016

Art Docent Membership Reception August 14 Are you intrigued by the visual arts? The Prescott Art Docents invite you to consider membership in our art appreciation and education service organization. For further details, join us at a Membership Reception on Monday, August 14, 10– 11:30 AM at the Prescott Library in the Founders Suite. Please RSVP to Diane 899-2892, Prescott Art Docents is a non-profit service organization of both men and women who bring enriching art experiences to children and adults in the quad city area. Following a 12 week training period including art history and appreciation, school curriculum and grade level guides, docents give art talks in classrooms and at the library to school children, and to adult groups in the community. Members tone their skills through Monday programs featuring artists, architects, educators, museum curators and docents, supplemented by field trips to museums and galleries around Arizona, biennial trips to cities outside Arizona that focus on art, architecture, and history and social events that bind our memberships into friendships. Plan on coming to the Membership Reception on August 14, and visit our website for more information:
By: Nancy Shugrue on July 27, 2017

Will you run our PSA below PSA for “Play Day” Prescott Sunrise Lions; Sept 29, 2018 (11am to 5 pm); Keubler Field (Pioneer Park Area) Prescott Sunrise Lions are hosting “Play Day” a sporting extravaganza including: softball, pickleball, volleyball, mountain biking, kickball events. At 3PM, the Prescott Police will play the Prescott Fire Department. Barbeque Hamburgers and Hot Dogs will be available along with a beer garden. Please come out and support the Yavapai Food Bank by bringing a canned or dry good as an entry donation. Event is starting at 11 am and ending at 5 pm
By: Frank E McGraw on September 8, 2018

Do you list business closings due to inclement weather on you website and announce them on the radio? If so, what is the process for getting listed?
By: Tamra McGee on February 19, 2019

What has happened to the English programming and music on KJZP 90.1 FM? All I hear now is Mexican talk and music. KJZP has been my #1 choice of FM radio in Prescott for over 20 years and I do not want to say good bye. I hope this is a temporary move.
By: Bill Norton on April 6, 2021

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