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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A big change has taken place on South Florida radio as CBS Radio welcomes two FM stations and one AM radio station.

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Following a CBS Radio and Beasley Broadcasting four-city station swap, CBS Radio took over two FM stations in Miami, WKIS and WPOW, plus WQAM on the AM side on Monday morning.

As a result of the swap, CBS Radio has a presence in Miami for the first time. Miami is the nation’s 11th-largest radio market.

What does that mean to you?

It means the in-depth and thorough content you’ve always found on WQAM’s website is now available on

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Also, the entertaining and sometimes off-the-wall content found on Page Q Sports can be found on Man Cave Daily which can also be found on

For fans of high school football, the web site South Florida High School Sports is still being updated with stories about your favorite local football teams, scores and more.

CBS already owns two television stations in the market, WFOR-TV and WBFS-TV.

“This transaction reinforces our strategy to concentrate on large market properties,” said Dan Mason, President and CEO, CBS RADIO. “We already have television duopolies in both Philadelphia and Miami, so these new stations will be a terrific complement to our existing local broadcasting portfolio, and a welcome addition to the overall CBS family.”


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