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For Immediate Release 3/20/23

Monumental First Broadcast Since 1984 To Take Place Next Week

John Carroll University's Campus To See One Of A Kind Broadcast


[University Heights, Ohio, March 20th, 2023] - Starting at 6 PM on Tuesday, March 28th, 2023, WJCU 88.7 FM returns to the unoccupied WUJC Clock Tower studio for the first time in over 14,000 days. This 6-hour broadcast will include special guests, throwback music, and more. This student-led special one-of-a-kind event is titled WJCU Presents: Turn Back The Clock. 


John Carroll University's previously abandoned clock tower radio station will see life once again from 6 PM until Midnight on March 28th, 2023. University Heights will see the return of over 100 WJCU/WUJC alumni on-air personalities who have RSVP'd to help out with this broadcast in some way shape or form. Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan of University Heights, Ohio, will also take part in contributing to the on-air broadcast. WJCU 88.7 FM will stream the entirety of the broadcast live for everyone in the greater Cleveland area to hear. 


Known best for breaking the Guinness World Record for the World's Longest Radio Interview last year, Zachary 'DJ Z13' Sinutko and friends are back and more excited than ever. Zach had this to say about the upcoming 'Turn Back The Clock' event: "There's nothing better than reminiscing on old times, and what better way to do it than to return back to our roots? We are super excited about this event, it's truly something special you will have to hear to believe. Tune in next week!" - Zachary Sinutko, Junior at John Carroll University & WJCU On-Air Personality.


Starting with 1960s music at 6 PM and going up one decade every hour, WJCU will reach all fans of music. Hosts for this event include Zachary 'DJ Z13' Sinutko, Emily Davala, Collin Kennedy, and Daunte Horton of 808s & Mixtapes alongside Joe and Lauren Gumney of Old Rock vs New Rock. From rock to rap almost every genre of music will be represented on this broadcast. Anyone in the world can listen live on the WJCU app or at


3-time national award-winning radio DJ for WJCU Emily Davala had this to say about the broadcast."From connecting with the community to doing what we love, we can't wait to 'Turn Back The Clock'. As a music lover and a college radio fanatic, it doesn't get better than this!" - Emily Davala, Junior at John Carroll University & WJCU On-Air Personality.

For additional photographs/information/quotes on the broadcast clock tower, studio, WJCU 88.7 FM, WUJC, John Carroll University, 808s & Mixtapes, or anything else please reach out to WJCU's Director of Promotions and Events Zachary Sinutko at News and press are invited and encouraged to cover the event before, during, and after the broadcast.


Thank you for your consideration

Zachary Sinutko

WJCU 88.7 FM

Director of Promotions and Events

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