FacebookGary Valliere (left) and John Turk in the studio in 2011.The hosts of what had been Denver's only craft beer radio show have gone their separate ways, an amicable split that has nevertheless created a somewhat awkward situation: two craft beer radio shows, both airing at the same time ... 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 >>
Tom Manoogian.Tom Manoogian, known to local radio listeners as Lou From Littleton, is the manager of Front Range Sports Network -- and he'll be overseeing some switching around of the properties he oversees. On March 31, The Ticket, currently heard at 87.7 FM, will swap places with ESPN Despo ... More >>
Tom Manoogian.Things are changing fast for Denver's latest sports-talk radio station. Last week, both co-owner Dealin' Doug Moreland and morning host/Channel 4 anchor Vic Lombardi told us the new station would debut today at 102.3 FM, which had been simulcasting Jack-FM along with 105.5 FM. N ... More >>
Vic Lombardi.At first, it seems strange that Channel 4 sportscasters Vic Lombardi and Gary Miller would shift their sports-talk program from an established brand, ESPN Radio/1600 AM, to an unknown quantity, the Dealin' Doug Moreland co-owned KDSP-FM/102.3, which debuts on Monday. But to Lomba ... More >>
Dealin' Doug Moreland.Word broke last February that Moreland Properties LLC, a company owned by car seller Dealin' Doug Moreland, had bought KCUV/102.3 FM and KJAC/105.5 FM, two current Jack FM stations. Then, in late May, we let you know Moreland was partnering with ESPN's Adam Schefter and ... 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 >>