The Cleveland Browns are back on the radio in Dayton and The All New Eagle at 95.3 and 101.1 is where you can hear them.

The All New Eagle Radio is the new radio home for the Browns in the Miami Valley beginning with Sunday’s game vs. the Chiefs through the 2019 NFL season.

“The No. 1 piece of feedback we hear from the community is the lack of hearing the Browns on the radio on Sunday,” said Nick Roberts, Cox Media Group Ohio Vice President of Marketing and Radio. “We’ve heard you loud and clear. Now you will be able to hear every game, every week.” In addition, the games will be simulcast on 99.1FM HD2. “If you have an HD radio you can hear the Browns loud and clear anywhere in the Miami Valley on 99.1 HD2.”

This move comes on the heels of a programming change on The Eagle from Classic Rock to 80’s Classic Hits.  “The 80’s produced legends of music and massive superstars.  From Michael Jackson, Madonna, Journey, U2, Duran Duran, Hall & Oates, Prince, Bon Jovi, the incredible of variety of music from that decade is in high demand on the radio and we’re glad to provide it.” added Nick Roberts.  “Plus we play fewer commercials than most stations in the area, and removed the DJ’s to put the music front and center. No other station plays the kind of music we do, and we’re really excited about the changes.”

The All New Eagle at 95.3 and 101.1FM (WZLR) is a product of Cox Media Group.