Radio Station Information
City of License:
Traverse City, MI
Traverse City-Petoskey-Cadillac, MI
Midwestern Broadcasting (Wccw Radio, Inc.)
WCCW is an FM radio station broadcasting at 107.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Traverse City, MI and is part of the Traverse City-Petoskey-Cadillac, MI radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming. WCCW is owned by Midwestern Broadcasting.
Station Coverage Map
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Traverse City-Petoskey-Cadillac, MI
Listener Comments and Reviews
Big improvement. Great tunes etc.
By: Jane Hutta on September 13, 2020
Just to tell you that you have an incredible radio station. My husband and I moved up here to Bellaire a year ago, and quickly found 107.5. It far exceeds the oldies station that we listened to back in the Detroit area before our move-- 104.5 FM. Your selection of music far surpasses what they would play, many tunes they repeated frequently throughout the day. WE LOVE YOUR STATION! And your old commercials crack us up! Thank you so much for the variety, the stellar program director, and the really fantastic variety in music. Please tell the owners to give everyone a raise! :)
God bless you guys,
Ron & Bonnie Weston
By: Bonnie Weston on March 20, 2021
Just an old man who fondly remembers the much earlier days of WCCW AM as my first stint in broadcasting in the early to mid 1960s. That led to an extensive career in broadcasting and then the print media as an investigative journalist. At that time John Anderson was General Manager, and I believe the Chief Engineer was Ted Jones. Two dynamite gentleman. Also, during my tenure at wonderful station, I had the pleasure of being the Emcee of the Miss Grand Traverse and the National Cherry Queen contests for a few years. Back then it was middle of the road also featuring many memorable earlier sounds. Except between 4 and 5 in the afternoon, when it turned to the "Rock and Roll." And also loved the experience of appearing in a couple of productions of the local little theater group. The main one was "A Thurber Carnival," that was one of the first to be performed in a circle of a round stage in the, then, newly complete Cherry County Playhouse portion of the Park Place Hotel.
Wow, the wonderful memories.....
Thanks for stirring them.... Bill Hill
By: William Hill on October 26, 2021
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