Thank you to everyone who pledged their support to WJCU during our To Thrive & Survive Radiothon 2014. Your contributions allow us to continue programming your favorite music and shows 24/7 on WJCU and streaming online at WJCU.org. If you are to receive a premium, your premiums will be shipped out in early March. If [...]
Recently on WJCU’s Metal on Metal, Parma native Therese Ashie was selected as the winner of a Ronnie James Dio “This Is Your Life” cover art poster. Wife/manager of Ronnie James Dio, Wendy Dio, gave away the rare poster during a live interview with Metal on Metal host Bill Peters on March 28th. Approximately only [...]
Tune into WJCU to win tickets to these acts coming through Northeastern Ohio. Uh Huh Her–May 9th at House of Blues Rodney Crowell–May 13th at Kent Stage The Faint–May 22nd at House of Blues Trey Anastasio–May 23rd at House of Blues The Head and The Heart w/Lucius–May 29th at Masonic Auditorium Gipsy Kings–May 31st at [...]
Thank you to all who attended our Open House Celebration on March 29 & 30. A big thank you goes out to our local supporters Pizzazz On The Circle, Amy Joy Donuts, Phoenix Coffee, and John Carroll University Athletics. Head over to our Facebook Page and check out the picture highlights from the weekend.
Join us at WJCU’s annual Open House on Saturday March 29th (1 pm-4 pm) and Sunday March 30th (11 am-2pm). Come stop by the WJCU Studios to tour the station and meet some of your favorite DJ’s. Our studio is located inside of the D.J. Lombardo Student Center on the John Carroll University Campus. Please [...]
Radiothon premiums will be mailed out to you on Monday March 10th. We appreciate your patience, in advance. If you have any questions and/or concerns pertaining to your premium or Radiothon donation, call the WJCU main office at 216-397-4437. Thank you again for donating to our To Thrive & Survive Radiothon 2014!
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WJCU is a noncommercial FM broadcast station owned and operated by John Carroll University. With both studio and transmitter facilities located on the JCU campus in University Heights, Ohio, WJCU operates on a non-stop schedule with an effective radiated power of 2500 watts at 88.7 MHz. Read More...