Radio Station Information

WJBX 770 AM

City of License:
North Fort Myers, FL

Format:
News/Talk

Market:
Ft. Myers-Naples, FL

Web site:
http://wjbxnewstalk.com/

Owner:
Beasley Media Group (Beasley Media Group Licenses, LLC)

WJBX is an AM radio station broadcasting at 770 KHz. The station is licensed to North Fort Myers, FL and is part of the Ft. Myers-Naples, FL radio market. The station broadcasts News/Talk programming. WJBX is owned by Beasley Media Group.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

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By: Bibiana Danchez on June 20, 2016

Would any of your talk shows be interested in true stories of proof of life after death? I have the gift of dreaming for other people. When they've asked to hear from a loved one passed on, I've learned things about their life, in my dreams, that I had no way of knowing; proof that the Holy Spirit or their loved one was speaking to me. I have three books out, Biblical Dream Study, Prison Dreams (where I volunteered to teach inmates how to understand their dreams and/or night terrors), and a YA fiction about life at a marina and the young boys dreams. I'm trying to find an agent or publisher interested in my newest manuscript, Life's Questions Answered, I Can Dream For You. In the meantime, I'd like to share the things I've experienced with as many people as I can. Thank you for reaading. Carol Oschmann Sun City Center, Fl 33573 813-909-3233
By: Carol Oschmann on July 30, 2020

Just to let you know... when Schmidt comes on, I switch to another station. He has been critical of conservative news outlets and smugly disparaging in other ways. He does not seem right for your typical audience. Maybe Larry Elder could replace him.
By: Mike Moses on November 7, 2020

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