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Cleveland Gets Second HD Radio Station

Cleveland Gets Second HD Radio Station

Three classical music stations in the United States are now on the air in HD Radio.
The third to throw the switch is WCLV(FM). It also becomes the second radio station in Cleveland to go digital. Its AM sister station, WRMR, plans to go digital as well.
WCLV said it hopes HD Radio will produce reduced interference from adjacent stations, “which will be welcome news for WCLV listeners on the far east of Cleveland, who may have reception problems due to adjacent frequency stations in Geneva and Salem, Ohio,” it stated.
It began broadcasting in HD Radio using Harris transmission equipment on Aug. 14, the day of the historic blackout; the station lost power and went off the air that day due to the power outage.