The Best of Denver curse strikes again. Back in March, we named ESPN's The Locker Room, co-starring Nate Kreckman and Broncos Ring of Famer Tom Nalen, Denver's top radio sports show in our 2014 Best of Denver issue. But as with Gloria Neal, who was given her walking papers at AM-760 shortly after w ... More >>
102.3 The Ticket, launched in July 2010, was an ambitious attempt to create a homegrown sports-talk station from the ground up during one of the toughest times for radio in the history of the medium. And despite bold moves, like recruiting CBS4's Vic Lombardi and Gary Miller to serve as morning host ... More >>
Photo by Tony GallagherTim Brown in a 2003 photo -- when the radio business was much happier.Yesterday, AllAccess.com broke the news that NRC Broadcasting had sold its two Denver FMs, KJAC/102.3 and KCUV/105.5, to Moreland Properties -- owned by none other than automobile pitcher Dealin' Doug ... More >>
In the September 2008 Message column "Tim Brown Replaces KCUV With Jack-FM," Brown, the owner of Jack-FM, which has broadcast for several years at 105.5 FM, explained why fiscal reality had forced him to shut down his pet project, the much-beloved signal KCUV/102.3 FM. Since then, Jack-FM programmin ... More >>
Shhh... CPR is still available at 1340 AM. Remember when Colorado Public Radio made such a big deal about moving its news-and-information service from 1340 AM to 90.1 FM this past July? The service emphasized that listeners should switch their pre-sets to FM -- and I dutifully did so. But today, I ... More >>
KCUV fans miss their favorite station. Our September 2 blog "The End of KCUV" has attracted loads of comments from listeners lamenting the decision to change the station's format from eclectic rock to a simulcast of Jack-FM earlier this week. Now Bob Swanson, a musician well-known for his work wit ... More >>
The folks behind Mile High Sports magazine have announced that they'll begin broadcasting a radio version of their print product at 1510 on the AM dial -- the current home of KCKK, a classic country purveyor known as "15 Kicks" -- beginning on July 30. But plenty has to go right for that to happen. ... More >>
The co-creator of an ill-fated youth project for the Denver dailies explains what went wrong and why the concept still works.
Steffan Tubbs defies logic by returning to his roots.