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WJWJ
TV-16, Beaufort, South Carolina (Community » TV Stations)

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  • WJWJ — may refer to:* WJWJ FM, a radio station (89.9 FM) licensed to Beaufort, South Carolina, United States * WJWJ TV, a television station (channel 16 analog/44 digital) licensed to Beaufort, South Carolina, United States …   Wikipedia

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  • WRJA-FM — Infobox Radio Station name = WRJA FM city = Sumter, South Carolina airdate = August 25, 1975 frequency = 88.1 (MHz) area = Central South Carolina format = News/Talk owner = South Carolina Educational TV Commission erp = 98,000 Watts branding = 88 …   Wikipedia

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