#47: Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin Charlie Miller and Emily Tarquin are multi-taskers at the Denver Center Theatre Company: Miller is a techno whiz for DCTC shows, while Tarquin coordinates new productions. But on the side -- the off-center, you might say -- they curate the DCTC's underground se ... 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 >>
There's only room for one Elway in this town.Had to see this coming, right? I mean, it was only written on the wall in giant, ten-foot, orange letters. Just two weeks after we published our profile of Elway, the affably, ambitious punk quartet formerly known as 10-4 Eleanor, received a "hey w ... More >>
Adam Schefter's investing close to home.Back in February, we noted that "Dealin' Doug" Moreland had purchased Denver's two Jack FM stations, with the outlets' websites coming down the next month. We told you to expect format changes, and now we've got a clue as to what the approach might be: ... 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 >>
The co-creator of an ill-fated youth project for the Denver dailies explains what went wrong and why the concept still works.
Rolling on the Rocks
From the week of December 18, 2003
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Return of the living Dead: What would Jerry do?
May 8, 2003
If the FCC loosens its rules, will media giants go on a radio-and-TV shopping spree? Absolutely.
Skyjack Radio briefly took over Denver radio -- and its pilots are eager to hit the airwaves again.
Three new stations attempt to woo audiences turned off by Denver radio.
Anshutz's domain stretches from kids' theater to pro sports.
The media outlets that helped Ocean Journey float aren't mentioning their roles now that it's sinking.
BLUE CROSS SETTLES CO-PAY COMPLAINTS BUT STILL INTENDS TO CUT ITS OWN DEALS ON MEDICAL BILLS.