Talk:WWWW-FM

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I am the "Brian Brown' mentioned in this article. It seems to me that at some point, just before my tenure as Chief engineer, the callsign changed from to WIOB from WOIA-FM, then to later WIQB (the reasoning was that the signs were similar, both ending in 'B' and a logo was created to morph the IQB into 103 (we were at 102.9MHz but called ourselves Rock W103 and then Quadrock w103). Thanks! Brian Brown, Ph.D. brian(at)brianbrown.net www.brianbrown.net — Preceding unsigned comment added by Abilicom (talkcontribs) 16:19, 15 January 2013 (UTC)

WWWW-FM to be dealt to Cumulus?[edit]

According to Ohio Media Watch, Clear Channel and Cumulus are getting ready to swap some stations. This would result in Cumulus getting CC's stations in Ann Arbor and Battle Creek. This includes WWWW-FM. This would explain why CC parked the calls on their Detroit AM station - they want to hold on to them. If the swap goes through as planned, WWWW-FM will get new call letters. --Fightingirish 05:41, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

Please be aware that http://www.ohiomediawatch.wordpress.com/ (formerly http://www.ohiomedia.blogspot.com/) – otherwise known as "Ohio Media Watch" ("OMW") – is an anonymous blog with no apparent editorial oversight and therefore does not qualify as a reliable source per WP:SELFPUBLISH. Relevant discussions include Talk:WMMS#Reliable_sources, User_talk:Levdr1lp#Ohio_Media_Watch, and Wikipedia:Reliable_sources/Noticeboard/Archive_135#Ohio_Media_Watch. Levdr1lp / talk 09:10, 4 November 2012 (UTC)

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Article needs more information about quadraphonic broadcasts[edit]

Did a listener need some sort of special receiver to obtain quadraphonic sound?

Does it still broadcast a quadraphonic signal? If not, when did it stop -- and was the decision to drop that format controversial with its listeners? Novel compound (talk) 23:02, 21 May 2016 (UTC)