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Chiefs moving to new radio home

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After two decades, the Kansas City Chiefs is changing radio stations.

The Chiefs games will begin to be aired on 106.5 The Wolf, WDAF-FM, in Kansas City by the end of the NFL season.

Owned by Entercom Communications Corp. (NYSE: ETM), The Wolf will be the flagship of the 70-station Chiefs Radio Network.

The team's games have been aired on 101 The Fox, KCFX-FM, since 1990.

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