87.7 Sold, Will Switch to Latin Music Programming on January 1, 2014

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Update: 87.7 has since confirmed our report on their Facebook page. The station says they'll be releasing more information on the switch/sale this Friday. They've clarified, via Twitter, that is a "programming partnership," not a full-blown sale. What that means? We'll have to wait until Friday.

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The landscape of Cleveland radio will change again soon, with even fewer options for folks who don't want to hear Miley Cyrus or Van Halen every other song.

According to a source, staff at 87.7 FM Cleveland's Sound were told during a meeting yesterday that the station will be changing to a Spanish programming format on January 1, 2014. The station was sold and the new owners are, for lack of a better term, cleaning house. The station had brought on Stansbury and Chad Zumock recently.

We've reached out to 87.7 for official comment and/or confirmation and will let you know what they have to say.

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