Oct. 30, 2017

Campus radio station hosting call-in fundraiser

November will once again bring the annual fundraising event supporting Cleveland State’s student-run radio station, 89.3 WCSB, known as Cleveland’s Alternative FM. WCSB began broadcasting in 1976, and held its first radiothon in November 1983, which makes this fall’s event the 34th annual radiothon for the station.

According to WCSB disk-jockey Omar Shaggy, “the radiothon is a set seven days WCSB sets aside and encourages loyal listeners and students to donate to the station.” “... WCSB to continue broadcasting, replace equipment and host free events and concerts,” Shaggy added, “we need financial support from our listeners.”

Donations help fund free events WCSB hosts, like its annual Halloween Masquerade Ball that happened Oct. 27. The Halloween ball is free for all guests. WCSB funds and provides a venue and live musical entertainment. Without financial support, events such as the Halloween ball will likely not be free.

The radiothon will be held from Nov. 5-12. Listeners can call in, request a song and donate on air or on the WCSB website. All who donate will receive a complimentary WCSB tee-shirt and other thank-you items, like vinyl, CDs, gift certificates and various products with the WCSB logo. To donate, call 216-687-3515 or go to wcsb.org.


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