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WOSU Radio Buys New Frequency, Expands FM Classical and News Services
WOSU’s Classical Music Service soon will move to a new frequency and expand to 24 hours a day.
WOSU Public Media today announced it has agreed to buy the FM signal 101.1 – now operated by CD 101.
Pending approval by the FCC, WOSU plans to convert 101.1 FM to new format – Classical Music 24 hours a day.
WOSU 89.7 FM will become a 24-hour NPR news and Talk station.
CD 101′s alternative music format will move to another frequency — 102.5 FM. Programming changes are expected to take place in the fall.