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J105 FM "The Thunder" Added to Paul Bunyan Television Service

(Bemidji, MN) (March 23, 2018) – Paul Bunyan Communications is pleased to announce that J105 FM has been added to Paul Bunyan Television (PBTV) service.

J105 FM can be found on PBTV channel 978 or PBTV Fusion channel 1078.

Owned by Lamke Broadcasting, J105 "The Thunder" is a 100,000 watt classic rock station serving Grand Rapids and the Iron Range. J105 is centered on the greatest rock songs of the 70 and 80's with a dash of tracks from the early 90's. Some core artists include Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Def Leppard, Boston and many more! The format is freshened by daily features, themed weekend, specialty programs & promotions and a world class air staff.

"One of the unique features of Paul Bunyan Television is that we do provide many of the local radio stations as part of the service. We've heard from many of our customers who appreciate the opportunity to tune in to local radio through their televisions. J105 was recently brought into the Lamke Broadcasting family of stations which also includes KOZY and KMFY. The studios are in Grand Rapids and connected to our all-fiber optic network powered by the GigaZone. It's great to have J105 a part of PBTV service!" said Brian Bissonette, Paul Bunyan Communications Marketing Supervisor.

"We are very excited to be able to add J105 "The Thunder" to Paul Bunyan Television! We strive to make it as easy as possible for our listeners to tune in and they can listen on the radio, online at, through our mobile app, and now through your PBTV service too! Lamke broadcasting and Paul Bunyan Communications has had a long standing relationship and we are grateful that they were able to add another resource for our listeners all across the Northland to listen to some great Classic Rock Music!" added Jim Lamke, General Manager of Lamke Broadcasting.

Paul Bunyan Television is the only provider in the region offering local radio stations as part of the television service lineup which includes over 20 radio stations and Radio Talking Book services for the visually impaired.


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