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In Cincy, Clear Channel Will Move, Expand

In Cincy, Clear Channel Will Move, Expand

Clear Channel is moving studios of eight radio stations from the city of Cincinnati to Kenwood, a suburb, according to a report in the Cincinnati Business Courier and confirmed by engineering executive Jeff Littlejohn. The company has outgrown its St. Gregory Street building. A station official cited price and location as reasons for the move.
Some 245 jobs will go with the stations, which include WLW(AM) and WEBN(FM). The company has signed a 10-year lease for part of the top floor of a facility in Kenwood. The new Bank One building will accommodate approximately 40 studios. Six of the eight stations are now in the Mount Adams area, where predecessor Jacor Communications once had its corporate headquarters.