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WCLZ – 98.9 FM
420 Western Ave.
South Portland, ME 04106

Studio: 207.871.WCLZ (871.9259)
Business: 207.774.4561

If you have a COMMENT OR QUESTION, contact Brand Manager and Listener Advocate Randi Kirshbaum at randi@989wclz.com.Would you like to ADVERTISE your business with WCLZ? Please click here or call Mike Sambrook, General Sales Manager: 207.774.4561.

Directions to WCLZ
From the North or South:
Take 95 (The Maine Turnpike) to exit 46 (formerly 7a). Take a right off the exit. Take a right at the next light. Go straight at the next light. Staples and Burlington Coat Factory are on your left. We’re on your right just after Enterprise Rent-A-Car.From 295 Southbound:
Take exit 3. At the first lights, go right. Go through one light and at the second light, turn right. Go straight through one light.  Staples and Burlington Coat Factory will soon be on your right and we’re on your left just after D’Angelo’s.General Contest Rules
Click here to read the WCLZ general contest rules.Text Contest Rules
Click here for WCLZ text rules.Job Openings
Click here for current job openings at the Portland Radio Group.

Local Events or Public Service Announcements
Events Coordinator: Mackenzie Gregory


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