JAM, now back on air in Dallas
Having once dominated the airwaves in Dallas, JAM jingles can once again be heard in the jingle capital of the world.
CBS Radio’s 98.7 KLUV have once again began airing jingles from JAM. The jingles that are airing at the moment appears to come from various packages for Z100 including Flame Thrower and Skywave.
mjb1124 and kcmike, from JingleMad.com, posted off-air montages on SoundCloud featuring the new jingles. Listen below!
KLUV was first established on January 26, 1984 and bills itself as a “Classic Top 40” station. Former owner John Tenaglia purchased the more-coveted “KLUV”-spelled call letters for $10,000 from a Haynesville, Louisiana station and trading them 98.7’s former KLVU calls (which were established at 98.7 on October 19, 1981 under the station’s San Juan Racing ownership.) Continuing its light adult contemporary format from KLVU, the station began incorporating pop oldies into its mix throughout 1984; then, by November, 1985, the station became all-pop oldies after purchasing the record collection of newly-defunct KXOL-1360 AM in Fort Worth at auction.