IBOC By State: New Jersey (May 2013)

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Ibiquity has a list of stations with licensed HD Radio technology and notes those on the air now. IBOC by state looks at various states and lists the stations making the transition. There are 12 stations in the Garden State broadcasting 22 HD Radio channels.

MarketCallsHD1 FormatHD2 FormatHD3 FormatLicensee
Atlantic City-Cape MayWWCJ-FM89.1ClassicalJazzOn2-Mercer County Community College
Atlantic City-Cape MayWSJO-FM 104.9Hot AC--Millennium Radio Group
Atlantic City-Cape MayWRTQ-FM 91.3Classical/ Jazz--Temple University
Middlesex-Somerset-UnionWAWZ-FM 99.1Christian ContemporaryTeaching and PreachingMusic - The EnergyPillar of Fire
Monmouth-OceanWBJB-FM 90.5AAA/ NPRAlternative - ALTROK 90.5 HD2Brookdale Student RadioBrookdale Community College
Monmouth-OceanWJLK-FM 94.3Hot ACShore Alternative-Millennium Radio Group
Monmouth-OceanWJRZ-FM 100.1Classic Hits--Greater Media
Monmouth-OceanWWNJ-FM 91.1ClassicalJazzOn2-Mercer County Community College
Monmouth-OceanWRAT-FM 95.9AOR/ Classic Rock--Greater Media
MorristownWDHA-FM 105.5AOR--Greater Media
TrentonWWFM-FM 89.1ClassicalJazzOn2XPoNential Radio/ Student RadioMercer County Community College
TrentonWPRB-FM 103.3Rock/ Classical/ JazzRadio Asia-Princeton Broadcasting Service

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