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In October 2005, CBS Radio announced the selection of Rover's Morning Glory to fill several vacancies – mostly in Midwestern markets – soon to result from Howard Stern's move to Sirius Satellite Radio.WXTM/Cleveland continued to carry the show as an affiliate, but also changed its callsign to WXRK and branding to K-Rock.Rover purportedly tied helium balloons to various objects to see how many it would take to lift them off the ground.One was supposedly a kitten, "Jinxy the Cat", which escaped on a 45-minute flight, followed closely by Cleveland television stations and prompting 911 calls from concerned listeners.
Rover’s Morning Glory left WCKG/Chicago in August 2006 and moved the flagship back to his former Cleveland station, WXRK.
Dieter said if he ever turned down a dare he would go back to phone-screening, a promise that was often held over his head during the segment by listeners.
The feature was ended by Rover and CBS Radio management after Dieter suffered a serious injury and temporary paralysis during a stunt involving a barrel roll in July 2007.
It was here that Rover created Rover’s Morning Glory – the name itself was thought of just days before the show's premiere and is a double entendre for morning wood.
In March 2005, the show began to syndicate with rock station WAZU/Columbus.
The bus features a fully functioning mobile studio equipped with video and audio equipment.