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Memphis and Rochester were the only stations to remain show affiliates following the return to Cleveland.
The station itself changed its callsign twice during the show's return: first, to WKRI, as WXRK went back to its former New York station; and then to WKRK-FM, the same callsign used by Rover's former Detroit affiliate.
The show's stint in Columbus proved to be unsuccessful as WRXS would change to a 1990s format that June, canceling Rover's Morning Glory in the process. On January 23, 2017, the show added its first new affiliate in over a year with WBFX, "101.3 the Brew", in Grand Rapids, MI.
In June 2013, Rover's Morning Glory began airing a tape delay version on satellite radio over the Extreme Talk channel (XM 243); the channel has since moved exclusively to the i Heart Radio platform, and now airs a live simulcast of the show. Rover purportedly tied helium balloons to various objects to see how many it would take to lift them off the ground.
Approximately 10,000 people made their way through the festival, surpassing expectations. Rover Fest 2011 was held August 13, 2011 in Eastlake, Ohio at Classic Park.
A competition for girls to be in Rover's annual Miss Morning Glory Calendar was conducted as well. The event sold out with over 10,000 people attending.
Meanwhile, the previous carrier of the WXRK callsign – Stern's former flagship in New York – adopted the callsign WFNY-FM.
The move to Chicago was broadly considered a misstep both on the part of Rover and CBS Radio.
The event again featured a search for girls to be in the 2010 Miss Morning Glory Calendar, along with comedian Jim Florentine, Darryl "D. As well as local bands, including "BEST ORIGINAL BAND" contest winner, Pirates of the Burning River.
Comedian Jim Florentine co-hosted the event along with DJ E-V.