WJCU is thrilled to recognize one of our talented students with DJ of the Month honors. Join us in congratulating Noah, as our October DJ of the Month! Learn about Noah’s journey to John Carroll and WJCU, his love of sports and Bruce Springsteen below.
It’s time for WJCU to defend its title as Cleveland Scene’s Best College Radio Station in Cleveland, and we need your help!
Head over to The Scene’s website and cast your ballot for WJCU for Best College Radio Station and NEORocks! for Best Radio Show on the “People and Places” page.
WJCU is thrilled to recognize, for the first time, TWO hosts for DJ of the Month honors. Join us in congratulating Doc and Razor, co-hosts of The Mixing Bored, as our September DJs of the month! Get to know more about Doc and Razor, how they ended up at WJCU, what inspired their love for music and more below.
Everything is a little different right now, but the show goes on here at WJCU. And as summer winds down and fall is just around the corner, we are excited to unveil our Fall 2020 Programming Schedule.
WJCU is thrilled for Beautiful Mess to make a triumphant return to WJCU after a short hiatus, now named “Beautiful Mess: Rebooted!” The show will feature country, folk & bluegrass music from the 1960s to today and will share music from a variety of artists from Merle Haggard and Loretta Lynn to Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood.
As our state and nation continue to respond to the growing pandemic that is the COVID-19 (aka the Coronavirus) we at WJCU felt it necessary to let you know where we stand in relation to our programming.
Now in its 16th year, Retro Radio recreates Top 40 radio of the 60s and early 70s! Join Rockin’ Ray King, Saturdays from 3 to 5 PM, as he takes you on a trip back in time. Ray spins the hits from 1963 to 1973, from 4 iconic radio stations, WIXY1260, WHK, CKLW, and KYW/WKYC. Join Retro Radio for a lot of fun, great music, and old-fashioned fast-paced Top 40 radio – Saturdays at 3 PM on WJCU!
A dedicated WJCU app is now available on a new mobile platform: the iPhone! iOS users now have an even easier way to listen live to our FM and WJCU-2 web streams in crystal clear digital AAC audio, as well as check WJCU news and other station info.