Enjoy the sounds of fall … without the commercials!

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No matter what time of the year it is one thing you can always count on is WJCU staying 100% commercial-free. With us it’s about the music, the news going on in our local communities, and what’s happening in life. The only way we change is making what we do better.

Starting this season you can catch every WJCU broadcast of John Carroll University football games as a podcast to download whenever you like. Our top-notch sports department has a special podcast section here, and it’s always being updated.

Want to keep up on what’s going on in the Heights communities? Our dedicated news department podcasts every edition of Heights Now, an on-air news product made in partnership with The Heights Observer here. And if you want the latest when it comes to Greater Cleveland’s arts scene, we podcast every installment of Arts on the Heights right here.

Like the music we play? We do too. You can find out the name and artist of any song played on our airwaves with our radioactivity logs. And because we know you want the music you like played well, we have an outstanding internet webstream so you can listen to us anywhere on earth in the best sounding quality as possible. We also podcast in-studio interviews with the artists who you like so you can learn what’s behind the music.

At WJCU we’re here for all the right reasons. Let us know how you think we’re doing–email anytime wjcu.info(@)gmail.com.

Keep listening, we’ll always be there.

On the Air

The Heights

Adult Album Alternative and Community News
Damien Rice It Takes A Lot To Know A Man @9:31
Brandon Kocher & The Fireside Symphony A Walk This Morning @9:26
Butch Walker Bed On Fire @9:22
Spin Doctors Little Miss Can't Be Worng @9:18
Scars on 45 Take You Home @9:14
The Hold Steady I Hope This Whole Thing Didn't Frighten You @9:11
Mumford & Sons The Wolf @9:03
Zach Distracted @8:59
Hozier Work Song @8:53
XTC The Mayor Of Simpleton @8:49
Spoon Do You @8:46
Whitehorse Downtown @8:43

The Heights

@1 pm Adult Album Alternative and Community News