WJCU is a non-commercial FM radio station at John Carroll University in University Heights, Ohio, United States, broadcasting at 88.7 MHz. WJCU broadcasts 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in the Cleveland area and online. WJCU receives some funding from the university but relies mainly on listener donations made during their annual "radiothon" along with benefit concerts put together by some members of the on-air staff. The radio station was founded June 7, 1969 as WABU broadcasting a 10 watt signal at 88.9 FM, later switching the call letters to WUJC and moving to 88.7 MHz. The call sign WJCU was used beginning in January 1998. In the spring of 2006 the power was increased to 1,000 watts and by summer was up to its current output of 2,500 watts.Finally, WJCU serves as an important link between the University and surrounding communities.Not only does the station carry news about university programs, special events, and activities -it also provides free air time for community broadcaster
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