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Elvis Duran Adds Ten Affiliates From Bobby Bones

Update 2/13: “Z107.7” KSLZ St. Louis will be the tenth of Bobby Bones’ former affiliates to pickup Elvis Duran as his replacement. Duran will debut on Monday, February 18 with a week of best-of episodes. “103.7 Kiss-FM” WKXJ Chattanooga will announce its new morning show on Monday, February 18 to debut on the 25th. Update 2/11: “96.7 Kiss-FM” Austin and 97.5 KWTX Waco have also announced the addition of Elvis Duran. Original Report 2/10: With the Bobby Bones Show making its move to Country next week, his former affiliates have begun revealing their replacement programs. Elvis Duran will acquire seven new stations beginning on Monday as 94.1 WZBQ Tuscaloosa, “Hot 96.7” KHTO Hot Springs AR, “107.3 Hit Music Now” WRGV Pensacola...[Read More]

Bobby Bones Moves From CHR To Country

Clear Channel’s syndicated Bobby Bones Show, based at “96.7 Kiss-FM” KHFI Austin, will transition from serving CHR to Country stations. The show is currently heard on 18 stations primarily in the central and southern parts of the country. The biggest of which is “Z107.7” KSLZ St. Louis. Bones will do his final show for CHR stations on Friday, February 8. In Austin, the show will move to Clear Channel’s 100.7 “KASE 101” while the program itself will become based at “The Big 98” WSIX Nashville. To make room for Bones at KASE, their current morning show Bama, Rob, and Heather will move to 98.1 KVET. The current KVET morning team will be split up with Chris Mosser moving to afternoons and Anne Hudson heading to middays at KASE. Other ...[Read More]

Star 103.3 Tulsa Relaunches as Rock 103

Update 10/9: “Star 103” KJSR will relaunch as “Rock 103 Tulsa” at 12am tonight with the Billy Madison Show debuting in the morning. “Rock 103” will remain Classic Rock albeit shifting from a 70s focus to a 80s center with 90s tracks added similar to the changes made last month at sister 96.5 WKLR Richmond. Original Report 10/5: New morning shows are coming to a trio of Tulsa stations along with a possible relaunch of one as a former show returns to town, the longtime mainstays depart, and a third moves from one station to another. Phil Stone and Brent Douglas who have hosted mornings on Rock 97.5 KMOD for the past 27 years have departed as Clear Channel did not renew their contracts. The duo were originally supposed to come back for a final week before d...[Read More]