98.5 WNCX is a radio broadcaster that serves the audience of Greater Cleveland Northeast Ohio on the frequency of 98.5 MHz. The home studios of the channel are based in Halle Building in Downtown Cleveland while it airs its regular programming from the transmitter established in the Cleveland suburb of North Royalton. WNCX not only air on the analog channel but it also has two HD Radio channels as well while serving overseas listeners via internet.
The power utilized by the channel during regular programming hour is round about 16,000 watts. “Cleveland’s Classic Rock” is the slogan of the station, distinguishing it from rest of the brands in the market. The ownership license of the station is under Entercom which also holds its siblings WDOK, WQAL, and WKRK-FM.
98.5 WNCX started to commenced operations on 23rd of October 1948, initially known as WERE-FM. Later on, 22nd of October 1986, the radio switched to its current call sign, which means “North Coast EXpress”. The programming of the station majorly depends on Classic rock format. You can get updates about the station by following it on social media and downloading official apps on your smart devices.