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List of broadcast stations owned by CBS Radio

The following is a list of radio stations owned by CBS Radio, a division of CBS, Inc.

Contents

  • Currently owned 1
    • Arizona 1.1
      • Phoenix 1.1.1
    • California 1.2
      • Los Angeles 1.2.1
      • Palm Springs 1.2.2
      • Temecula 1.2.3
      • Victor Valley 1.2.4
      • Sacramento 1.2.5
      • San Bernardino 1.2.6
      • San Diego 1.2.7
      • San Francisco 1.2.8
    • Connecticut 1.3
      • Hartford 1.3.1
    • District of Columbia 1.4
      • Washington 1.4.1
    • Florida 1.5
      • Miami 1.5.1
      • Orlando 1.5.2
    • Georgia 1.6
      • Atlanta 1.6.1
    • Illinois 1.7
      • Chicago 1.7.1
    • Maryland 1.8
      • Annapolis 1.8.1
      • Baltimore 1.8.2
    • Massachusetts 1.9
      • Boston 1.9.1
    • Michigan 1.10
      • Detroit 1.10.1
    • Minnesota 1.11
      • Minneapolis-Saint Paul 1.11.1
    • Missouri 1.12
      • St. Louis 1.12.1
    • Nevada 1.13
      • Las Vegas 1.13.1
    • New York 1.14
      • New York City 1.14.1
    • Ohio 1.15
      • Cleveland 1.15.1
    • Pennsylvania 1.16
      • Philadelphia 1.16.1
      • Pittsburgh 1.16.2
    • Texas 1.17
      • Dallas/Ft. Worth 1.17.1
      • Houston 1.17.2
    • Washington 1.18
      • Seattle 1.18.1
  • Formerly owned stations 2
    • California 2.1
      • Fresno 2.1.1
      • Sacramento 2.1.2
    • Colorado 2.2
      • Denver 2.2.1
    • Florida 2.3
      • Tampa 2.3.1
      • West Palm Beach 2.3.2
    • Maryland 2.4
      • Baltimore 2.4.1
    • Missouri 2.5
      • Kansas City 2.5.1
    • New York 2.6
      • Buffalo 2.6.1
      • Rochester 2.6.2
    • North Carolina 2.7
      • Charlotte 2.7.1
      • Graham 2.7.2
      • Greensboro 2.7.3
      • Winston-Salem 2.7.4
    • Ohio 2.8
      • Cincinnati 2.8.1
    • Oregon 2.9
      • Portland 2.9.1
    • Pennsylvania 2.10
      • Philadelphia 2.10.1
    • Tennessee 2.11
      • Memphis 2.11.1
    • Texas 2.12
      • Austin 2.12.1
      • San Antonio 2.12.2
    • Washington 2.13
      • Tacoma 2.13.1

Currently owned

Arizona

Phoenix

California

Los Angeles

Palm Springs

  • KEZN (Adult Contemporary)

Temecula

Victor Valley

Sacramento

San Bernardino

San Diego

San Francisco

Connecticut

Hartford

District of Columbia

Washington

Florida

Miami

Orlando

Georgia

Atlanta

  • WAOK - 1380 - (Urban Talk)
  • WVEE - 103.3 - (Urban Contemporary)
  • WZGC - 92.9 - (Sports)

Illinois

Chicago

Maryland

Annapolis

Baltimore

Massachusetts

Boston

  • WBMX - 104.1 - (Hot AC)
  • WBZ - 1030 - (News/Talk)
  • WBZ-FM - 98.5 - (Sports)
  • WODS - 103.3 - (CHR)
  • WZLX - 100.7 - (Classic Rock)

Michigan

Detroit

Minnesota

Minneapolis-Saint Paul

  • KMNB - 102.9 - Country
  • KZJK - 104.1 - Jack FM
  • WCCO - 830 - News/Talk

Missouri

St. Louis

  • KEZK-FM - 102.5 - Adult Contemporary
  • KMOX - 1120 - News/Talk
  • KYKY - 98.1 - HOT AC

Nevada

Las Vegas

  • KLUC-FM - 98.5 - (CHR)
  • KMXB- 94.1- (Hot Adult Contemporary)
  • KXNT - 840 - (News/Talk)
  • KXQQ-FM - 100.5 - (News/Talk)
  • KXST - 1140 - (Sports)
  • KXTE - 107.5 - (Alternative)

New York

New York City

  • WCBS - 880 - (News)
  • WCBS-FM - 101.1 - (Classic Hits)
  • WFAN - 660 - (Sports)
  • WFAN-FM - 101.9 - (Sports; simulcast of WFAN-AM)
  • WINS - 1010 - (News)
  • WWFS - 102.7 - (Hot AC)
  • WBMP - 92.3 - (CHR)

Ohio

Cleveland

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia

  • KYW - 1060 - (News)
  • WIP-FM - 94.1 - (Sports)
  • WOGL - 98.1 - (Oldies)
  • WPHT - 1210 -(Talk)
  • WZMP - 96.5 - (CHR)
  • WXTU - 92.5 - (Country)

Pittsburgh

Texas

Dallas/Ft. Worth

  • KJKK - 100.3 - (Adult Hits)
  • KLUV - 98.7 - (Oldies)
  • KMVK - 107.5 - (Regional Mexican)
  • KRLD - 1080 -(News/Talk)
  • KRLD-FM- 105.3 - (Sports)
  • KVIL - 103.7 - (Hot AC)

Houston

  • KHMX - 96.5 - (Hot AC)
  • KIKK - 650 -(Sports)
  • KILT - 610 -(Sports)
  • KILT-FM - 100.3 - (Country)
  • KKHH - 95.7 - (CHR)
  • KLOL - 101.1 -(Spanish Contemporary)

Washington

Seattle

  • KJAQ - 96.5 - (Adult Hits)
  • KMPS-FM - 94.1 - (Country)
  • KFNQ - 1090 - (Sports)
  • KZOK-FM - 102.5 - (Classic Rock)

Formerly owned stations

California

Fresno

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Peak Broadcasting)

Sacramento

(Note: Sold to Clear Channel)

Colorado

Denver

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Wilks Broadcasting)

Florida

Tampa

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Beasley Broadcast Group)

West Palm Beach

(Note: WAXY-FM sold to Lincoln Financial Media and moved to the Miami market; WUUB sold to Good Karma Broadcasting; remaining stations sold to Palm Beach Broadcasting)

Maryland

Baltimore

(Note: Sold to Clear Channel)

Missouri

Kansas City

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Wilks Broadcasting)

New York

Buffalo

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Regent Communications)

Rochester

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Entercom, who in turn divested three stations to Stephens Media Group as required by the FCC)

North Carolina

Charlotte

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Beasley Broadcast Group)

Graham

Greensboro

Winston-Salem

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Curtis Media Group.)

Ohio

Cincinnati

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Entercom, who in turn sold three of those stations to Bonneville International and then Hubbard Broadcasting. WGRR was later swapped to Cumulus Media.)

Oregon

Portland

(Note: KINK, KXL-FM (formerly KUFO), KUPL and KUFO (formerly KXFD) sold to Alpha Broadcasting; KLTH and KXJM sold to Clear Channel)

Pennsylvania

Philadelphia

(Note: Sold to Beasley Broadcast Group.)

Tennessee

Memphis

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Entercom)

Texas

Austin

(Note: Sold entire cluster to Entercom)

San Antonio

(Note: Sold to BMP Radio)

Washington

Tacoma

(Note: Sold to Clear Channel)

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