Update below: Reliable sources tell us there have been five layoffs this week at Lincoln Financial Group stations in the Denver market. Most prominent among them: Cruisin' Oldies' Hal Moore, a local radio icon, member of the Broadcast Professionals of Colorado Hall of Fame as well as the current ho ... More >>
DJ Chonz in an image from KS-107.5's website. As program director for hip-hop hits purveyor KS-107.5, Cat Collins was largely responsible for transforming the station from a chronic underperformer to a perennial ratings powerhouse -- usually one of the two or three most listened-to signals in the ... More >>
Forward...into the past. Ever since The Fan, a local sports-talk station, abandoned its longtime dial spot, 950 AM, in favor of 104.3 FM back in March, there's been mucho speculation about what format would eventually beam from its previous home. Now, however, it looks as if the outlet's owner, Li ... More >>
On March 19, Tim Neverett, seen here, hosted The Press Box, his regular a.m. feature on KLZ-AM/Z560, as if nothing unusual was going on behind the scenes. But this wasn't just any morning. Late the previous week, Z560 staffers were informed that the outlet's sports-talk format is going away as of Ma ... More >>
Labor strife looms in a western outpost of Dean Singleton's media empire.
Two local radio personalities get scorched by their own words.
It's out with Howard Stern and in with more Britney as radio conglomerates chase the almighty buck.
How could an R&B outlet become the most popular radio station in Denver? The little girls understand.