Classical Music to Return to Detroit Airwaves

Classic Arts News   Classical Music to Return to Detroit Airwaves
Detroit may be getting a classical radio station for the first time in eight years. the Detroit News reports.

Under a tentative deal between the Detroit public schools and Detroit Public Television, the television station would take over the schools' WRCJ 90.9 FM and broadcast classical music during the day and jazz at night. The station would operate at the Detroit School of the Arts and serve as a training facility for students.

There has been no classical station in the city since WQRS 105.1 FM switched to rock in 1997.

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