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KRUZ 97.5 Goes Christian Rock


At midnight on December 1, KRUZ 97.5 switched its programming to Air 1 Radio, a commercial-free Christian rock network. The move was made after KRUZ’s parent company, Cumulus Media, sold the station to the Christian nonprofit Educational Media Foundation based in Rocklin, California. The Air 1 Christian Rock network has 90 radio stations heard in 40 states. KRUZ’s Facebook page said its programming will still be available on its website, kruz.com or on iHeartRadio at WKRU.

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