Click on the red button below to listen to us online.  It may take a few moments for the icon to appear or for the audio stream to start.  Be patient! You can also listen to us on Shoutcast.   The JEFF 92 audio stream can also be accessed with the

iPhone or iPad app.  Android phones can find us with the TuneIn Radio app which is available in the Google Play store.









Click HERE to listen in iTunes or your audio player

and then open the listen.pls file.


At times you may not be able to access our webcast.  This is usually due to circumstances beyond our control.  If you do notice problems with the webcast you can contact us at rbrist@lsc.k12.in.us.  Thank you.



Try our iPhone/iPad app in the Apple App Store- Search WJEF.  Android users can download the TuneIn Radio   App from Google Play

JEFF 92 operates at 91.9 on the FM dial with a transmitting power of 250 watts. Monday through Friday during the school year, from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. you can hear "morning shows." These hour long programs vary from day to day and each bear the unique stamp of the student DJs who volunteer their time in the morning for these shows. The rest of the school day you'll hear students during their Radio-TV classes.

PSA information:  JEFF 92 will publicize your non-profit event during the LSC school year. 

Send your information at least 2 weeks in advance to rbrist@lsc.k12.in.us




43 years of

student-run radio from the halls

of Jefferson High School.

Special Thanks to the following organizations and businesses for their financial support of JEFF 92

The Jefferson High School newspaper, The Booster

Mr. Darryl’s Southern BBQ

Request Line while students are present: 765-772-4736. No answer generally means there are no students in radio at that time.

The William S. Fraser Radio-TV Center

Jefferson High School

1801 S. 18th Street  Lafayette,  Indiana  47905

765.772.4700, Ext. 2580, 2578

From the halls of Jefferson High School...JEFF 92

Listen as WJJE Signs on Feb. 7, 1972

On April 9, 2015 at approximately 7:20 AM, the tower and transmitter for WJEF
suffered a lightning strike that knocked the station off the air.  We are currently broadcasting at a reduced power.  A new transmitter will be installed as soon as possible Our webcast is not effected by this. Check back here for updates.  We apologize for any inconvenience