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Bobby Bones Show moving to Nashville radio, says Clear Channel

Bobby Bones Show moving to Nashville radio, says Clear Channel

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KVUE -- Some big changes are coming to Austin radio waves.

On Monday Clear Channel Media and Entertainment Austin announced changes coming to three radio stations when it comes to programming and on-air personalities.

The changes will affect KHFI 96.7 FM (KISS), KASE 100.7 FM and KVET 98.1 FM.

Starting Feb. 25, the Bobby Bones Show on KHFI will move to sister station KASE, and will be syndicated on country radio stations nationwide from Nashville, Tennessee.

"This was my first ever morning show right after college," Bones said. "Austin is my home and I'm proud to represent the city and the fans that made the show so popular." 

Clear Channel also announced that starting Feb. 18, the KASE morning show with Bama, Rob and Heather will move to KVET. KVET's morning show with Anne Hudson will move to KASE. And Chris Mosser will move to afternoons on KVET.

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