"Ho ho holy crap, do I hate Christmas music"Every season, once Thanksgiving is in the books (and sometimes earlier, god forbid) and the shopping frenzy begins in earnest, my most-hated time of the year comes around: Christmas music season. See, I don't hate Christmas, per se -- I'm no Scrooge ... More >>
Yo-Yo Ma took to the airwaves for the CSO.Colorado Public Radio pledge drives aren't all that popular even with people who donate to keep the organization running. But at least the just-concluded session had a twist: Cash was generated to support a different organization -- the Colorado Symph ... More >>
Paper Bird just put the finishing touches on a brand new disc. We recently had the privilege of giving it some advance spins, and wowee, wait til you hear it! Simply adorable (natch), the new EP, titled A Sky Underground, will be unveiled to the world at large this Wednesday, June 24 at the hi-dive ... More >>
Update below: Yesterday, the U.S. Senate voted in favor of delaying the scheduled February 17 switchover from analog to digital broadcasting. If the House of Representatives follows suit, President Obama will sign the bill into law, pushing back DTV-day until June 12. But such a move will do noth ... More >>
The Message column "DTV or No TV" discusses a likely complication in the move from analog television signals to the digital kind, which is scheduled to take place on February 17. Specifically, some viewers west of the main digital tower on Lookout Mountain who have been receiving free analog signa ... More >>
Yesterday's blog "Pirate Radio Station KBFR Back in Boulder" provided info about an unlicensed radio signal using call letters that date back for the better part of a decade. In that piece, the main commentator was Rob Smoke, a former Boulder City Council candidate who's producing a regular talk s ... More >>
Denver radio's getting a shakeup, with more alterations on the horizon. But do any of the switches qualify as improvements?
HD radio rocks -- but is anyone listening?
Tim Wirth dials in on the telecom wars.
How to demolish the telecom industry, in six easy steps.
In a scandal-ridden election year, the year's top ten music stories were all about winning the popular vote.
Denver for Sale
The Revolution Starts...Now (Artemis)
Twenty-four hours inside Denver radio: A survivor's story.
Dialing for attention
Indian Market showcases a range of arts and entertainment
Little Big Man
Listen to the Pavement
September 25, 2003
From the week of September 4, 2003
The Pope's DJ
Here's to the good, the bad and the funny in Denver's most newsworthy newsroom.
When DJ Vadim traveled to the ends of the earth, he found hip-hop in every corner.
To find truly progressive media outlets, try looking beneath the radar.
A local college student is on a one-man mission to attack lousy radio.
There are a million Qwest stories in the naked city. This is just one of them.
Does the sale of five major Denver radio stations mean big changes, or more of the same?
A look at CPR frequencies across the state.
Ride the light...ride the light...ride the light.
The station says it's sorry about all the messes it's made. But it keeps making more.
It's out with Howard Stern and in with more Britney as radio conglomerates chase the almighty buck.
If the news is offensive, how does local media report it? Very carefully.
Clear Channel merger
From the week of April 13
The world may be in the hands of a bunch of hams on New Year's Eve.
With $180, Angel Babudro started his own radio station.
PAY-PHONE ENTREPRENEURS USE THE BIBLE AND SHARP SALES TACTICS TO BATTLE FOR BUSINESS.