Radio One has announced that is has sold its Detroit AM station, WCHB, to Crawford Broadcasting.  The announced sale price was $2 million and is subject to FCC approval.

Radio One will continue to operate three stations in the Motor City, WPZR-FM, WDMK-FM and WGPR-FM.  WGPR is operated under a local marketing agreement.  Crawford is adding WCHB to its Detroit cluster that includes WMUZ-FM, WEXL-AM and WRDT-AM.

According to published reports, Radio One intends to move some of its programming from WCHB to one of its existing FM stations in the market.  Crawford has not announced its plans for the station.