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WLTE 102.9 switching to pop country format

The lite rock staple will soon be BUZ'N, and home to artists like Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley. CBS Radio says the changeover comes in response to the overwhelming popularity of radio-friendly country music. The big switch comes Monday, Dec. 26.
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The lite rock staple will soon be BUZ'N, and home to artists like Taylor Swift, Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley. CBS Radio says the changeover comes in response to the overwhelming popularity of radio-friendly country music. The big switch comes Monday, Dec. 26.

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