It remained a Top 40 station until February 1, 1969, when WKYC switched to an easy listening/middle of the road (MOR) format. On Air Now Playing WKSU Folk Alley (HD2) On Air Now Playing WKSU Classical (HD3) On Air Now Playing ... and afternoon drive anchor/assignment editor in WTAM-AM in Cleveland. Indians broadcasts will now keep airing on flagship stations news/talk WTAM (1000) and rock WMMS (100.7) through 2023. With its national prominence as a clear channel giant established, WTAM became a valuable radio property. [43] Specs Howard left WKYC shortly thereafter, with Jim Runyon returning to succeed him in morning drive. In the great years, 300% more. [101] Sports director Mike Snyder was brought into the morning slot to succeed Casey, and the program was renamed Wills and Snyder. Both WWWE and WWWM slowly severed the last remaining ties to WKYC-TV and its prior NBC ownership throughout the 1970s. [111], For the television station licensed to Tampa, Florida, see, Clear-channel news/talk radio station in Cleveland, Not to be confused with Philadelphia radio station, Not to be confused with Cleveland television station, Not to be confused with Atlanta, Georgia-area radio station. Almost immediately after the trade was finalized, Westinghouse complained to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Justice Department about NBC's coercion. iHeartMedia Cleveland will also air 15 preseason games and provide non-game coverage such as the weekly “Tribe Talk” and “Hot Stove Weekly.” During the 1940s, the station continued to contribute some programming to the NBC radio network. Shock jock Gary Dee was hired as afternoon drive host, only to be fired on August 18, 1989,[74][75] after multiple indecency complaints filed against him and the station as part of an anti-indecency campaign by the FCC,[76][77] WWWE later paid an $8,000 fine. [107], WTAM has served as the AM flagship station for the Cleveland Cavaliers Radio Network since 2014, sharing network flagship status with FM sister station WMMS. [47], The AM radio station's call letters were changed to WWWE (purportedly for Embrescia or Entertainment) and adopted the 3WE brand; WKYC-FM became WWWM (purportedly for Mileti or Music);[48] both changes took place on November 16, 1972. Newsradio WTAM 1100 is Cleveland's only news radio station and an award-winning source of local news. Jacor Communications purchased WTAM and WLTF from Secret Communications on April 25, 1997,[96] then purchased WKNR (1220 AM) from Cablevision that August 19. [16][17][18], WTAM also broadcast the 1948 World Series games of the Cleveland Indians against the Boston Braves, with announcers Jim Britt and Mel Allen. See more of Newsradio WTAM 1100 on Facebook Log In Forgot account? [46] Broadcast executives Tom and Jim Embrescia joined the ownership group as vice-president/general manager and sales manager, respectively. [90] The former WMMS morning team of Jeff Kinzbach and Ed "Flash" Ferenc were reunited in afternoon drive with Rock 'n Roll Talk Radio,[91] while Mike Trivisonno took over as Sportsline host; Trivisonno was a regular caller to Pete Franklin's iteration of the show and was dubbed "Mr. Know It All" derisively by Franklin. Jim LaBarbara was wooed away from a 3-day stint at WIXY to do evening prime time. On-Air Schedule Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis 12:00 AM-1:00 AM Coast to Coast AM with George Noory 1:00 AM-5:00 AM Cleveland’s Morning News … WTAM also originated the venerable Lum and Abner show on the NBC Red Network five days a week during one year of its run from May 22, 1933 to March 30, 1934, sponsored by the Ford Dealers of America. [87] Gary Bruce was hired from WIOD/Miami as program director that May,[88] and hired two hosts from WIOD in a lineup revamp: Chuck Meyer for mornings, replacing Imus in the Morning,[89] and Jaz McKay for late mornings. Join now Sign in Steve Bailey News Anchor/Reporter at Wtam 1100 Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area 185 connections Join to Connect Wtam 1100 Report this profile About On-Air … That same year, a new tower was built in Brecksville which was 480 feet tall. Pete Franklin also joined the station from WERE and hosted Sportsline, a five-hour long weeknight sports call-in show that also followed Indians and Cavaliers games,[51] quickly becoming a legend with his acerbic personality, boasting that the station's nighttime signal could be heard in "over 38 states and half of Canada."[52]. Following Jim Runyon's sudden departure and death from cancer in April 1973,[53] the morning drive shift was taken over by Larry Morrow, formerly of WIXY;[54][47] Morrow would be joined by Joe Tait as morning sportscaster, Tait also served as the lead play-by-play voice for both the Indians and Cavaliers. [4] The station became a major link in the NBC Red Network, contributing some programming to the network. [102] Winners were honored at the Radio Luncheon on April 17, 2007, during the NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. In early 1967, the on air staff consisted of: LaBarbara, overnight; Charlie and Harrigan, morning drive; Bob Cole, late morning; Jay Lawrence, mid afternoons; Chuck Dann, afternoon drive; and Big Jack in the prime time slot. Then, Beck was replaced in March 2005 with Jerry Springer's mid-morning show. WTAM originated the program for nationwide broadcast on the NBC Red Network, and it aired six days a week for five years. Now 10M+ Page Views! Listen On-Air Cleveland's Morning News w/ Wills & … ESPN Cleveland - Cleveland, OH - Listen to free internet radio, news, sports, music, and podcasts. [26][27][28] Its main Top 40 rival in the Cleveland market was "Color Channel 14" WHK, at 1420 AM. Kyle Cornell used the term during a news promo in Wednesday night's Indians broadcast. WTAM airs all additional network programming, including: Cavs HQ, a weekly year-round show simulcast on Fox Sports Ohio; and Cavaliers Update, a daily drive time segment. WKNR (850 AM) – branded 850 ESPN Cleveland – is a commercial sports radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland. The station was temporarily branded as "Newsradio AM 1100" during this time, and in searching for a new "AM"-related callsign, it found that the original WTAM call was available. On November 27, 2006, Casey Coleman, who was co-host of the popular Wills and Coleman morning show, and sideline reporter on the station's coverage of the Cleveland Browns, died following a fifteen-month bout with pancreatic cancer at the age of 55. Owned by iHeartMedia, Inc., WTAM is a clear-channel station with extended nighttime range. WTAM is Northeast Ohio's primary entry point station in the Emergency Alert System. WTAM (1100 AM) – branded Newsradio WTAM 1100 – is a commercial news/talk radio station licensed to Cleveland, Ohio, serving Greater Cleveland and much of surrounding Northeast Ohio. [32] NBC regained control of the Cleveland stations on June 19, 1965 and changed their call letters to WKYC, WKYC-FM and WKYC-TV, which kept the popular "KY" slogan and identity Westinghouse brought into Cleveland. In 1951, WTAM originated an NBC Radio Network broadcast of the Cleveland Orchestra. WTAM canceled its fifteen-year affiliation with ABC Radio in August 2005, picking up Fox News Radio in a nationwide deal that involved other Clear Channel talk stations, but continued to run ABC Radio's Paul Harvey until August 12, 2006. In studio, WTAM sports director Mike Snyder hosts The Tip-Off Show, The Halftime Report, and The Nightcap Recap – the network pregame, halftime, and postgame shows, respectively. [98] In May 1999, iHeartMedia (then known as Clear Channel Communications) completed its $6.5 billion purchase of Jacor and its 454 stations, including WTAM.[99]. WTAM previously served as the sole network flagship from 1973 to 1991; and again from 1998 to 2013. As the Indians flagship station, and picking up some popular nationally syndicated talk shows, such as Dr. Laura Schlessinger (who replaced Rich Michaels) and Coast to Coast AM, WTAM began to build – and sustain – an audience. The Bob & Tom Show was also added to the lineup in evenings via tape-delay in October 1995. The NBC Radio afternoon daily network news feed was also based from WKYC's studios and anchored by Virgil Dominic, who also served as WKYC-TV's lead news anchor. Stream Coast to Coast AM free online. But it works. In the early 1960s, under program director Ken Draper, KYW, known on-air as KY11, became a full service - Top 40 powerhouse with disc jockeys Jim Runyon (the "weeeellll" voice of the Chickenman series), Jim Stagg, Jay Lawrence, Jerry G (Jerry Ghan), and the morning duo of Harry Martin and Specs Howard. In March 2006, WTAM replaced Springer with a local program hosted by Bob Frantz, coming over from Clear Channel sister station WSPD in Toledo. The station is owned by the Graham Media Group subsidiary of Graham Holdings Company, as part of a duopoly with CW affiliate WCWJ (channel 17). In the early 1960s under Westinghouse ownership KYW, known on-air as "KY11," became a Top 40 powerhouse with DJs Jim Runyon (the "weeeellll" voice of On March 19, 1946 Bob Hope brought his Tuesday night 10 pm Pepsodent radio show to Cleveland along with Jerry Colonna, Frances Langford and the Skinnay Ennis Orchestra for a broadcast on the NBC radio network. [44], Following rumors that NBC was interested in divesting some or all of their radio stations,[45] NBC sold both WKYC and WKYC-FM to Ohio Communications, headed by sports franchiser Nick Mileti and investment firm C. F. Kettering, for approximately $5.5 million in a deal announced January 12, 1972. She's so cute! WTAM previously served as the sole network flagship from 1973 to 1981; from 1984 to 1991; and from 1998 to 2014. WKYC "Radio 11" was a large record-selling influence as far away as New York City and Miami. Twenty years later it is heard on nearly 600 stations by up to 20 million people each week and is the highest rated national radio talk show in America. ※GDPR(EU一般データ保護規則)対象国から歌ネットをご利用いただくことができません。. [97] WKNR's flagship status for the Cleveland Indians Radio Network was transferred to WTAM at the start of the 1998 season; WKNR was then traded to Capstar Broadcasting in exchange for WTAE/Pittsburgh as part of a Justice Department settlement after Jacor's purchase of Nationwide Communications (which also reunited WTAM with its former FM counterpart WMJI). [60] Gannett then merged into Combined Communications in June 1979 in a $370 million deal; at the time, it was one of the largest mergers and acquisitions in the broadcasting industry. Finally, Willard Battery purchased WEAR to have control of shared frequency allocation. Studios were located in the Willard factory on Taft Avenue at East 131st Street. [15] WWWE retained WKYC's easy listening/MOR format,[49] but also added radio broadcasts for both the Cleveland Indians and Cleveland Cavaliers as Mileti owned both teams;[50] WERE (1300 AM) had previously served as the flagship for both. When program director Ken Draper left for WCFL/Chicago in early 1965, prior to the ownership change, both Jim Stagg[36][37][38] and Jim Runyon wasted no time following him. However, its main local competition in those days was WIXY 1260 "Super Radio". Guilford County Sheriff's Office to temporarily close after employee tests positive for COVID-19: Officials [29][30] It was discovered that Westinghouse only agreed to the trade when NBC made implications that it would pull its television programming from WPTZ and Westinghouse's other NBC affiliate, WBZ-TV in Boston. You cannot use Uta Net from the countries covered by GDPR. All three stations shared the same transmitter tower in Brecksville until WNBK moved to a new transmitter tower erected in Parma[19] concurrent with a channel switch to channel 3 on April 25, 1954;[20][21] as KYW and KYW-FM, both radio stations would move to the same Parma tower in February 1957. In 1996, ownership decided to replace the WWWE call letters. Yeah, I MUCH preferred on air and programming than any kind of sales, but even in my worse years in sales I earned 50% more than I ever did on air. Paranormal/conspiracy theory oriented programs Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, and Coast to Coast AM with George Noory air late evenings through the overnight hours, both syndicated via Premiere. Edited by Tom Benson Press Releases, News Tips: pd1204@gmail.com. フランス、ベルギー、デンマーク、スウェーデン、チェコ、エストニア、マルタ、ドイツ、ルクセンブルク、ギリシャ、フィンランド、スロバキア、ラトビア、ルーマニア、イタリア、スペイン、オーストリア、ハンガリー、リトアニア、ブルガリア、オランダ, The regulated countries are as follows. In her appearance on Cleveland's WTAM, 1100 AM Wills and Snyder in the Morning, she talks about the dangers that exist online as far as what others can do … [106], WTAM also airs local pregame and postgame shows on Cleveland Browns game days, and carries Fox Sports Radio programming on weekends (in conjunction with sister station and main Cleveland Fox Sports Radio affiliate WARF). [6] Initially the station only offered three hours of nightly programming, but soon expanded its on-air lineup. [103], As of September 6, 2018, WTAM simulcasts over low-power Cleveland FM translator W295DE (106.9 FM). [61], In December 1981, WWWE switched formats to country branded as Country 11, going in direct competition with WHK (1420 AM) and WKSW (99.5 FM). [54] Citing disappointing ratings and a waning audience in the market overall for country music, WWWE quietly switched back to an easy listening/MOR format in August 1983, again using the 3WE brand. As with all Major League Baseball clubs, WTAM only carries the games over-the-air, with access to the radio broadcast over streaming only available through Major League Baseball's mobile apps, TuneIn Premium, and MLB.tv. The station is also the Cleveland outlet for The Glenn Beck Program, The Rush Limbaugh Show, and Coast to Coast AM; the AM flagship station for the Cleveland Cavaliers and Cleveland Indians radio networks; and the home of radio personalities Geraldo Rivera and Mike Trivisonno. Here to gain job in media. NOW ON AIRへの質問や感想、身近で起こったエピソードなどを送って下さい! "Play-By-Play Streaming Rights: 'The Goal Posts Are Moving. [67] Upon the deal's consummation, on June 11, 1985, Lake Erie changed WWWE's format from adult contemporary to the news/talk format previously heard on WJW;[68] changed branding to Radio 11 WWWE; and reassigned all on and off-air staff from WJW over to WWWE, while inheriting all existing sports play-by-play and Pete Franklin's Sportsline. WTAM personalities Mike Trivisonno and Dennis Manoloff host the weekday afternoon and evening programs respectively. U.S. Department of Commerce (January 31, 1928). Unlike WIXY, WKYC – being an NBC owned-and-operated station in a situation not unlike WRC (980 AM) in Washington – was obligated to carry all NBC Radio programming such as the weekend Monitor, as well as all top-of-the-hour NBC Radio newscasts. "[2], WTAM began broadcast operations on September 26, 1923. On-site, play-by-play announcer Tim Alcorn calls games alongside color analyst Jim Chones, a former Cavaliers center. Bay News 9 (also officially known as Spectrum Bay News 9 as of September 24, 2017) is a cable news television network located in St. Petersburg, Florida. In 1924 it was known as the "Wave from Lake Erie." The broadcast tower for WTAM AM-FM and WNBK was moved to Parma, Ohio in the early 1950s. [23] NBC had long wanted to own a station in Philadelphia, the nation's third-largest market at the time. The WWWE call sign was later assigned to a 5,000-watt daytime station in Atlanta (which coincidentally also broadcasts on 1100 kHz). Personalities at that time included Charlie and Harrigan, Bob Shannon, Chuck Dunaway, Lee 'Baby' Sims, Fred Winston, and Buddy Harrison. By June 30, 1927, WTAM and WEAR broadcast on 750 kHz with WTAM broadcasting with 3,500 watts. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the Play-by-play itself is limited to the over-the-air AM broadcast (& FM translator simulcast); due to league restrictions, the WTAM webcast on iHeartRadio does not stream play-by-play coverage online. [35], WKYC continued as a Top 40 outlet—the only such-formatted station under NBC ownership—with personalities Harry Martin, Specs Howard, Jay Lawrence and Jerry G holding over from KYW/Westinghouse. Therefore, on February 13, 1956, the Cleveland stations became KYW, KYW-FM and KYW-TV; and the Philadelphia stations became WRCV and WRCV-TV. The transmitter for WWWE was moved back to their previous tower in Brecksville on September 5, 1974,[15] that tower is still in use today by WWWE's successor WTAM, along with FM stations WAKS (co-owned with WTAM) and WZAK. [51] Eventually, Rich Michaels joined WWWE in May 1995 in the late morning position, and Jaz McKay was moved to late evenings. Newsradio WTAM 1100, Cleveland, Ohio. "Philadelphia circle is complete," and "Nine-year history of that trade in Philadelphia", Chagrin Falls Emergency Preparedness - City of Chagrin Falls, "Gene Carroll Dies; Host of TV's Longest Show". In 1998, Bill Wills was brought in from sister station WLW in Cincinnati and was paired with long-time Cleveland radio veterans John Webster and Casey Coleman to host Wills, Webster and Coleman in the Morning – a morning drive news show patterned after Wills' show on WLW. Olivia got a little shy on me. [4][6] The station's power increased to 2,500 watts in 1925 and to 3,500 watts in 1926, as the studios moved to the Union Trust Building (now The 925 Building). <パーソナリティー> アーカイブは放送当日21:00に公開予定です。 NBC purchased WTAM on October 16, 1930, and the studios were moved to the Auditorium Building. Play-by-play announcers Tom Hamilton and Jim Rosenhaus call games on-site. The new sound emphasized "more music" with less chatter between songs and a tighter playlist. [33][34], To this day, the KYW stations insist that they "moved" to Cleveland in 1956 and "returned" to Philadelphia in 1965, but the two stations' facilities and broadcast licenses remained the same. NBC began to make substantial investments to station facilities in the 1930s. In late 1955, NBC persuaded Westinghouse to trade its Philadelphia stations, KYW (1060 AM) and WPTZ-TV, in return for NBC's Cleveland properties and $3 million in cash compensation. Jerry Haendiges Vintage Radio Logs (August 10, 2003). Listen to thousands of live radio stations or create your own artist stations and playlists. (Webster retired in 2001, and the morning show's title was shortened to Wills and Coleman. Radio Intell Since 2010. The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company purchased WJAX in 1925 and changed to the callsign to WEAR. [9] The January 31, 1928 Radio Service Bulletin of the Commerce Department listed WTAM broadcasting with 3,500 watts at night and 5,000 watts during the day. Plus 100,000 … [52][55] In addition to Franklin, Morrow and Tait, the daytime lineup included at one time or another, Phil McLean, Al James, Jim Davis, Jack Reynolds, Tony Matthews, Jeff Elliot, Johnny Andrews, Lanny Wheeler, Lee Andrews, Ted Alexander and Bill King. List of radio stations owned by iHeartMedia, List of programming syndicated by iHeartMedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=WTAM&oldid=993839877#KYW:_The_Westinghouse_years, News and talk radio stations in the United States, Articles with dead external links from November 2019, Short description is different from Wikidata, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 12 December 2020, at 19:34. [15] WWWE would then drop its NBC Radio affiliation altogether by 1977. [5] It was originally owned by S.E. [25] The WTAM callsign was later picked up by WGLS in Atlanta, Georgia, and after that by WGCM-FM in Gulfport, Mississippi. [56] In addition, the studios for both WWWE and WWWM were moved to Park Centre—known today as Reserve Square—that November 14. All your favorite music, podcasts, and radio stations available for free. WTAM also airs supplementary local programming, including: Cavs Now, a station pregame show which precedes the network pregame show. Play-by-play itself is limited to the over-the-air AM broadcast (& FM translator simulcast); due to league restrictions, the WTAM webcast on iHeartRadio does not stream play-by-play coverage online. Guests included Ohio Governor Frank Lausche. On September 22, 2018, WTAM announced that reporter, author, attorney and talk show host Geraldo Rivera would join the station for a daily one-hour show, Geraldo in Cleveland, in addition to a weekly podcast on the parent iHeartRadio app, effective September 24. Rush Limbaugh launched his phenomenally successful radio broadcast into national syndication on August 1, 1988, with 56 radio stations. The station was one of 10 stations awarded the 2007 Crystal Radio Award for public service awarded by the National Association of Broadcasters. NOW ON AIRの「瞳の勇気」動画視聴ページです。歌詞と動画を見ることができます。(歌いだし)諦めなんてコトバ似合わなくて 歌ネットは無料の歌詞検索サービスです。 [6], WWWE was sold to Combined Communications, Inc. in December 1976 for $7.5 million,[57] consummated the following September;[58] Ohio Communications retained WWWM. The Best Golf Tips To Strike Your Irons Solid and Pure - Duration: 37:41. [64][65], Lake Erie Broadcasting (whose principals included then-Cleveland Browns majority owner Art Modell and minority owner Al Lerner) purchased both WWWE and WDOK in February 1985 for $9.5 million;[66] as part of the deal, Lake Erie sold off their existing AM station, WJW (AM), to Booth American for $2.1 million. Jim Gallant was doing overnights.[40]. On-Air Cleveland's Morning News w/ Wills & Snyder Geraldo in Cleveland Pastor Darrell Scott Glenn Beck Rush Limbaugh Mike Trivisonno Show Cleveland CEOs Mark "Munch" Bishop Ground Zero w/ Clyde Lewis Coast to Coast [104], WTAM personalities Bill Wills and Mike Snyder host the weekday morning show, followed by a local program hosted by Geraldo Rivera. Studios for all of Clear Channel's Cleveland stations, including WTAM, were consolidated into a new facility in Independence, Ohio by July 2002. ※2020年8月時点での規制対象国(EU加盟国)は、下記の通りです。 "NBC, WBC trade properties in Cleveland, Philadelphia". [39] Bill Winters came in about this time. Owned by Good Karma Brands, WKNR is the main Cleveland affiliate for ESPN Radio, and along with sister station WWGK forms a duopoly branded ESPN Cleveland. George Noory, host of the nationally syndicated programCoastto Coast AM, says if he wasn’ta nationalradio talk show host,he’d be in … [13][14] The duo became famous for their characters "Jake & Lena". Get the latest music and trending news, from your favorite artists and bands. [92], WWWE itself would make news on January 23, 1996, when its traffic plane hit a cellular phone tower and crashed in Highland Hills, killing both MetroTraffic reporter James Endsley (who was known on-air as Fred Wesley) and pilot James McVeigh.[93][94]. On-Air Cleveland's Morning News w/ Wills & Snyder Geraldo in Cleveland Pastor Darrell Scott Glenn Beck Rush Limbaugh Mike Trivisonno Show Cleveland CEOs Mark "Munch" Bishop Ground Zero w/ Clyde Lewis Coast to Coast 3; using new Parma plant", Harry Martin's own account of how he and Howard saved the 1964 Beatles concert from being cancelled, Harry Martin relates what KYW was like in the mid 1960s, "NBC-Westinghouse swap approved; FCC stirs Justice Dept. Stream live CNN, FOX News Radio, and MSNBC. The WTAM callsign was later picked up by WGLS in Atlanta, Georgia. Chuck Dann and KLIF (1190 AM)/Dallas morning duo Charlie and Harrigan (Jack Woods and Paul Menard) signed on. Besides its main analog transmission, WTAM simulcasts over low-power analog Cleveland translator W295DE (106.9 FM), and streams online via iHeartRadio. Top Speed Golf - Clay Ballard Recommended for you Recordings of this program are still available from collectors of old radio programs. [42] He was replaced by WIXY's evening man Jack Armstrong, who then decided to call himself "Big Jack, Your Leader"; LaBarbara was moved to overnight to accommodate Armstrong's installation as the evening jock. "[11], When the new Federal Radio Commission instituted General Order 40 after the passage of the Radio Act of 1927, WTAM along with sister station WEAR (at that point absorbed into WTAM entirely) claimed the clear channel frequency allocated to Cleveland, and on November 11, 1928 it began broadcasting at 1070 kHz with WTAM broadcasting at 50,000 watts. WTAM 1100 Cleveland Host Mike Trivisonno caves to Cleveland Indians President Mark Shapiro Pitch Perfect Riff-Off with Anna Kendrick & The Filharmonics - Duration: 9:35. [15], WTAM also aired Cleveland Browns games during the 1952, 1953, and 1955 seasons; Jim Graner provided color commentary during the 1955 season.[22]. On-Air Newsradio WTAM 1100 Maple Heights, Ohio 500+ connections Join to Connect T-Mobile Ohio Media School Report this profile About Radio personality. WTAM also airs supplementary local programming, including: Tribe Insider, a station pregame show which precedes the network pregame show; and Extra Innings, a station postgame call-in show which follows the network postgame show. WTAM also airs national news updates from ABC News Radio and Fox News Radio, and local news and weather updates from WKYC Channel 3 (Cleveland's NBC affiliate and former WTAM sister station). In a statement announcing the purchase, the new owners declared, "Recognizing the fact that this radio station is a civic asset to the Greater Cleveland district and that the cessation of its operation would be a real loss, the Van Sweringen interests and the Illuminating Co. entered into arrangements to continue it. [4] It was one of several stations that started between 1922 and 1923 with a call sign assigned sequentially by the Commerce Department with "W" as the first letter and "A" as the third. [69][70] Franklin himself left the station in May 1987 to become the afternoon drive host at WFAN (1050 AM) in New York City, later WFAN (660 AM);[51][71] Bruce Drennan later took over as Sportsline host. WTAM serves as the Cleveland affiliate for both ABC News Radio and Fox News Radio, and is the seconday Cleveland affiliate for Fox Sports Radio (shared with sister station and main affiliate WARF). `` Jake & Lena '' by 1977 Tips: pd1204 @ gmail.com `` Streaming. By 1977 200 feet high. 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