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WJAY-AM
Call Letters WJAY - 1/1/27 - WJAY signs on for the first time. The station is owned by Monroe F. Rubin, and the general manager is Grant  C. Melrose. 1931 - The station is owned by the Cleveland Radio Broadcasting Corporation, with 500 watts, on 610 kilocycles and  491.5 meters. Studios are located at 1224 Huron Road. Wayne Mack joins as staff announcer. 1932 - Wayne Mack works the noon show with Chuck Seaman. (CPD) 10/30/36 - WJAY is purchased by United Broadcasting Company, and studios are relocated to the Terminal Tower to  join sister station WHK-AM. WJAY's call letters are changed to WCLE-AM.