KIJI

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KIJI
CityTumon, Guam
Broadcast areaGuam
BrandingBoss 104.3
Slogan"Nobody Does It Better"
Frequency104.3 MHz
First air dateSeptember 1, 2005 (as the first iteration of FM104)
March 21, 2006 (as TenFour)
2010 (as the second iteration of FM104)
March 5, 2012 (as Boss 104.3)
FormatFM/HD1: Classic hits
HD3: News/Talk "The Point"
ERP12,500 watts
HAAT89 meters
ClassC3
OwnerGuam Broadcast Services, Inc.
Sister stationsKNUT, KUSG (AM)
Websitehttps://boss104.gu/

KIJI, (104.3 FM) currently as Boss 104.3 is a radio station based in the village of Tumon in the United States territory of Guam inside the La Casa de Colina building. The station format is Classic hits from the 1970s and 1980s, billed as "Classic rock Radio."

Radio station spins-off such as TenFour FM was sign-on from 2005 until 2012.

History[edit]

According to Pacific Daily News, the station signed on September 1, 2005 to provide news to Japanese tourists, who were currently staying on Guam; the station would also help Guam residents to learn Japanese language and culture. The branded station was FM104.

In late 2006, KIJI began programming a rhythmic-dance oldies format that they tout on-air as "Retro Radio" or "TenFour", which features classic party tunes from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s; the format proved to be a favorite with listeners, resulting in KIJI going full-time with the format.

On March 5, 2012, KIJI change as Boss 104.3, the station format as Classic rock radio.

In May 2016 KIJI switched back to classic hits.

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