My one-hour, 45-minute drive home yesterday afternoon couldn't compare to the nightmare commutes experienced by many other Denverites. I know because I spent most of my time in traffic listening to KOA/850-AM, which wisely dumped its regular programming (sorry, Rush) to concentrate on the storm. Cor ... More >>
Around noon today, the lobby of the Denver Newspaper Agency building was populated mainly by reporters and photographers from other news organizations, hoping to get some info on the big news of the day: E.W. Scripps' announcement that the Rocky Mountain News' last edition would hit driveways and ne ... More >>
All too often, the passing of a radio veteran goes unremarked upon by stations where the personality previously worked. So give KOA credit for tipping its hat to the cranky yet widely beloved Gus Mircos, who died on May 11 at age seventy. Reporter Jerry Bell, who's been with the station for years i ... More >>
With troubles at Air America and sluggish ratings, AM 760 struggles to convince liberals that they have a place on talk radio.
Radio has been pronounced in near-death condition more times than Augusto Pinochet -- and radio news seems to be in the worst shape of all. Among all the stations in Denver, only KOA still maintains a sizable news staff, and when big stories hit, even that outlet is stretched thin. Hence the reports ... More >>
A progressive station dumps two progressive shows for being progressive.
Gadfly Mike Zinna disappears from the dial.
A journalist criticizes coverage of the immigration march.
Steffan Tubbs defies logic by returning to his roots.
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Alex Stone is Denver's best radio reporter, and he's sure to keep improving -- now that he's out of school.
Channel 4's new boss wants his station to toughen up.
Libertarian candidates would rather not use stunts to get media attention -- but they will if they have to.
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War is fueling the star power of Colorado's -- and possibly the nation's -- ballsiest military analyst.
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