Favorite Cleveland Area Internet Radio Stations

*Featured in Planner Project 2016

*AKRON: the330.NET /

MUSIC LOVERS! HERE’S A GREAT performance of the Beatles’ classicLET IT BE‘ from the “330 ALL-STARS” performed during the recent 2019 330 Day March 30th at Canton’s Umstattd Performing Arts Hall!

If you love to hear Northeast Ohio bands from the past such as Tin Huey, the Outsiders, Devo, or even the O’Jays, with current artists such as the Vindys, Verve Daddy, or Jessica Lea Mayfield, you’ll love the330.NET! Featuring the past, present and future of Northeast Ohio music — it’s homegrown, hyper-local, and powered by The Summit! (the330.net is featured in Planner Project 2016as are many of the artists they play!)

SEE HERE to join their email list and donate “gently used” musical instruments through the Marilyn Stroud “Music Alive Program.”

The Summit (91.3 FM) is Akron-Canton’s home for true music diversity – now serving the Youngstown area at 90.7 FM. They are locally owned and operated, member supported public radio. The Summit plays a wide variety of music, including Rock, Pop, Folk, Acoustic, Local, Reggae, and much more, offering commercial-free music for Northeast Ohio and beyond through four channels:

The Summit – the flagship station

The 330 features the past, present and future of Northeast Ohio music- homegrown, hyper-local and powered by The Summit!

KIDJAM! Radio™ is an exciting and FUN online listening experience that everyone can enjoy!

Rock and Recovery™ is a community for people experiencing addiction, trauma and mental health issues, supporting self-motivation, sharing information and resources, and offering personal serenity both on-air and online.


FREE! OWOW HAPPY HOUR CONCERTS Start June 5th @ Music Box Supper Club- see HERE!

Timeless Rock oWow! Cleveland

Operating out of studios located in the 78th Street Studios building, oWOW is locally owned, locally operated, and locally programmed, offering a diverse blend of both new and timeless rock, best described as “the sweet spot between classic rock and indie rock.”  

Current On-Air Schedule: features Ravenna Miceli, Steve Pappas, Chuck Matthews, Lisa Dillon (Friday Night Live), Alan Greene (Blues Time/see below), and Monica Robins (Naked Brunch)! (oWOW Radio, Ravenna, Alan, and Monica are featured in Planner Project 2016).


PHOTO: WMMS-FM Buzzard Day in Cleveland / February 18, 1981

WMMS-FM Program Director John Gorman displays a mayoral proclamation naming February 18, 1981 ‘Buzzard Day in Cleveland.’ during a Coffeebreak Concert at the Cleveland Agora, after the station was voted ‘Radio Station of the Year,’ for a second straight year by Rolling Stone Magazine’s Reader Poll. With Gorman are Agora manager Buddy Maver (left); WMMS personality Matt the Cat; promotion director Chris Hernandez; Carbona Mona, named after the Wild Horses single; air personality Denny Sanders; and program assistant Rhonda Kiefer.  John currently puts his extensive background to work as oWOW’s chief content officer. ((For newspaper coverage that day see HERE!One of 170 featured images found in Planner Project 2016 (see Week 8) /

PHOTO : Listening to the Jukebox / April 1, 1953

Cleveland Ohio music history / teenagers listening to hit records on the jukebox, April 1, 1953

ONE OF OVER 650 IMAGES featured in Memories of a Lifetime Vol. II (see P. D25) / [from The Cleveland Press Collection, Cleveland State University]

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