CKLW The Big 8

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CKLW, 800 on the AM dial, "the Big 8," was one of Detroit's most iconic rock & roll radio stations in the '60s and '70s, even though its studios and transmitter were located across the Detroit River in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The station's weekly music survey was the much followed Big 30, which tracked the week's most popular songs. Oddly, the station often came up short in the ratings against Detroit-based rivals such as WRIF and WDRQ (both on FM) while competing favorably in cities like Toledo and Cleveland. In 1993, the station switched to a news/talk format.

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