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Radio Disney Plans to Sell Stations
Radio Disney has announced plans to sell 23 of its 24 stations (22 AM, one FM), effective September 26.
After recently signing a deal to distribute content on the Harman owned Aha Radio service, Radio Disney has announced that it intends to sell all but one of the stations that it currently operates.
Station KDIS-AM Los Angeles will remain as the production center for Radio Disney content which will continue to be distributed on digital platforms including SiriusXM, SnowMobile, Slacker, and Aha Radio, in addition to Radio Disney's apps on iPhone, iPad, and Android.
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