Important News About Your WCLV 104.9 ideastream Signal

October 15, 2020 Update: Transmitter work has been completed.

ideastream has invested in a new transmitter for WCLV 104.9 to ensure all of our listeners will have a reliable, stable signal that will deliver the wonderful classical music you love for many years to come. This new transmitter will replace aging equipment at our broadcast site. After the new equipment is fully operational, WCLV 104.9’s coverage area will remain the same, and the station will provide an additional service on 104.9 HD 1.

The new transmitter will be installed the week of October 5, 2020, resulting in periodic outages for listeners across our service area.

Work will be begin Tuesday, October 6 and is expected to wrap up Thursday, October 8. Disruptions will mostly occur late evenings and overnights. Stay tuned for updates as more information becomes available. Though the schedule will be subject to change, we will do our best to keep you updated about any temporary disruptions to your service.

While the new transmitter is being installed, you can continue to listen to WCLV 104.9 online at, by telling your smart speakers to “play WCLV” and on HD radio receivers at 90.3 HD 2.

This investment in new equipment was made possible in part by contributions from our generous members – thank you! With your support, ideastream is able to continue our commitment to classical music. We’re here for you, and because of you.

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