WCLV'S 45th Anniversary Archives Contest
The original WDGO building in the Eastgate Shopping Center.
Early in November, 1962, the call lettes on the front were changed to WCLV.
HEADLINES FROM NOVEMBER 1962
Cassius Clay beats Archie Moore in Round Four
Eleanor Roosevelt dies at age 78.
Mr. Zip introduces the Zip Code to the Association of Postmasters.
Eastern and TWA place orders for Boeing’s giant 727S.
WCLV, a new classical music FM radio station, begins operation in Cleveland.
Even with changes in technology and even with a change in our dial position, WCLV proudly remains northeast Ohio’s choice for classical radio.
To celebrate 45 years on the air, on Saturday, November 3rd, WCLV will take 45 listeners (23 winners and their guests) to the Cleveland Play House’s matinee production of “Sherlock Holmes”, followed by a champagne reception at Stages at the Playhouse, with birthday cake…and birthday presents for all participants.
Several times a day, from October 8th
through the 29th
, WCLV is announcing 10 interesting bits of WCLV’s history. These items are also posted on various pages of this WCLV website. Below is the “Archives at 45” entry form which you can fill out and submit. Winners will be chosen at random from all correct entries. Entries may be mailed, addressed to 45th Anniversary,
WCLV, 26501 Renaissance Parkway, Cleveland, 44128, by e mail at email@example.com
, or by the electronic entry form below. Deadline - Midnight, October 29, 2007.
One entry per person, please.
Look for the WCLV 45th Anniversary
Logo scattered throughout this
website to collect the ten Archive
Contest Items. And/or stay tuned to WCLV. (Or take the shortcut!)