WJYD is an FM radio station in Circleville, Ohio, located at 107.1 MHz, branded as "Joy 107.1". The station, which is owned by Radio One, serves the Columbus area with an urban gospel format. The transmitter site is near Circleville. The station was previously classic country "K107.1."
Before November 13, 2015, the then-WHOK-FM was one of three country-formatted radio outlets in Columbus who had competition with WCOL-FM, and WCLT-FM for country music audiences in the Columbus radio market, the most of any radio station in Ohio. However, WHOK-FM was the only one of the four outlets with a Class-A frequency. In addition, the station provides a rimshot signal from a location seven miles northeast of downtown Circleville and 22 miles from downtown Columbus. Consequently, the station provides only distant and fringe signal coverage to most of Columbus itself.