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World Classical Network

World Classical Network
Type classical music Radio network
Country  United States
Availability Through 1 owned & operated station & 4 affiliates
Owner CCB Media
Launch date
February 1998
Official website
W.C.N. website

The World Classical Network (WCN) is an internet-delivery classical radio broadcasting service owned by CCB Media in Hyannis, Massachusetts. The service has been in existence since February 1998, when it was owned and operated by Charles River Broadcasting. It filled a void left by the demise of the U. S. version of Classic FM, the classical music satellite service of SW Networks.


  • Stations 1
  • Hosts 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


WCN programming is carried on Cape Cod Broadcasting's WFCC-FM, licensed to Chatham, Massachusetts. WFCC is the WCN flagship station. The service is also syndicated, with the following affiliates:


Current hosts on the World Classical Network include Don Spencer (afternoons) and Larry King (evenings). Longtime classical announcer Steve Murphy joined the WCN as morning host on September 16, 2008.


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External links

  • Old official website
  • New official website

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