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New Hmong radio station bumps The Score

Posted by: Neal Justin under Behind the scenes, Local TV and radio Updated: September 6, 2011 - 2:00 PM

 

 

 

Dan Patrick

The Score is no more - at least to most of its small, but faithful band of listeners. KFXN, as its formerly known, was donated by Clear Channel to the Minority Media and Telecommunications Council last summer, but the format, consisting of syndicated sports hosts like Jim Rome and Dan Patrick, remained the same - until this month. It has now switched over to a Hmong radio station.

The last two hours of "The Dan Patrick Show" can still be heard most evenings on KFXN's former big brother station, KFAN. Those with high-definition radio can still catch The Score at 107.9 HD2. Clear Channel will look at bringing The Score back to mainstream radio in the future.

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