KEJO 1240 is a sports radio channel that is licensed to the public of Corvallis, Oregon. The station airs locally on the frequency of 1240 kHz and internationally can be heard over the internet. The station is marketed by the brand name “1240 Joe Radio.” The channel aims to keep local community up to date by providing the latest contents from different sports games, interviews, match reviews, and other related stuff. The services of the broadcaster can be accessed at any time of the day; they are always available 24/7. The maximum availability is achieved by consuming 1,000 watts of power.
Midland Broadcasting Company founded the station by the name KCOV in August of 1955. At that time, the Midland Broadcasting was operated by Donald McCormick and Frank Flynn. After February of 1958, the radio adopted the call letter of KFLY. Radio Broadcasters, Inc took control of the station in January 1963. Its current call letters were approved by FCC on 31st January 1994, and a few years later, in December 2000, the channel was transferred to Jacor Communications. The broadcaster was sold to its current owner on 29th of October 2007.
Bicoastal Media is the current owner of KEJO 1240, which also co-own KLOO, KLOO-FM, KDUK-FM, KFLY, KODZ, KPNW, KRKT-FM, and KTHH. The station is categorized as a C-class operator. You can get the latest updates about the channel by also following it on social media.