Dino Costa.Dino Costa was among the most controversial Denver sports-radio personalities in recent memory. But after the 2009 crash and burn of DenverSportsRadio.com and a brief stint on The Truth, he got a national gig on Sirius XM, and was soon kicking ass. Now, he's returning to Denver for ... More >>
J.J. McKay.How tough a job market is it for radio professionals these days? J.J. McKay, who not all that many years ago was among the most popular morning-show personalities in Denver, has just taken a new gig in Ketchikan, Alaska, a community with an estimated population of just over 7,000. ... More >>
Photo by Anthony CameraDino Costa loves you, Denver. Why didn't enough of you love him back?Dino Costa may have been the most divisive sports-media personality in Denver over the past several years. As we documented in a 2006 profile, he loves to stir things up, be it with his argument-genera ... More >>
Dino Costa.Westword profile subject Dino Costa places first among controversial radio sports yakkers in Denver -- and probably in the same position when it comes to the person his colleagues would most like to see flop. No wonder so few tears fell after he parted under much-debated circumstan ... More >>
For the past several weekends, The Truth, at 101.5 FM, has broadcast music, as opposed to offering the sort of right-wing syndicated blather that dominates its airwaves Monday through Friday. But this particular aspect of its format has already gone through as many personalities as the famous ... More >>
Dino Costa beside the new Denver Sports Radio logo. According to talk-show host Dino Costa, one of the principals behind DenverSportsRadio.com, a new online project that will be introduced at a press conference today in advance of its scheduled Monday, April 20, launch, the sports-radio offerings i ... More >>
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