iHeartMedia Makes Lineup Changes At KOA, KHOW, and KBPI Denver

107.9 KBPI Denver Z107.9 KDZA Colorado Springs Pueblo The Bear 92.9 KPAW Fort CollinsiHeartMedia has revamped the on-air lineups at News/Talk 850 KOA Denver/94.1 K231BQ Golden, Conservative Talk 630 KHOW Denver and Rock 107.9 KBPI Fort Collins/KBPL Pueblo/K300CP Denver.

KHOW afternoon host Michael Brown is moving to evenings at KOA from 7-8pm replacing “Prime Time Sports with Cory Lopez”. “The Huckuva Show with Micahel Brown” will then expand to 7-11pm on Monday, December 3. The program will exclusively feature Colorado stories and news.

Replacing Brown at KHOW is Dan Caplis and Krista Kafer. A local lawyer, Caplis most recently hosted afternoons at Salem Media’s 710 KNUS Denver while Kafer is a columnist for the Denver Post.

Finally at KBPI, longtime afternoon host Colfax has exited. Midday host Beardo moves to afternoons while Hot AC “My 99.9” KVUU Pueblo/Colorado Springs afternoon host Laura Hall is currently hosting middays.

Friday was my last day at KBPI. Made you a video.

Posted by Colfax on Monday, October 22, 2018

 iHeartMedia Denver announced today the debut of the Heckuva Show with Michael Brown, which will broadcast weekday nights from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM, effective November 7. In addition, the new Caplis and Kafer show will air weekday afternoons on TalkRadio 630 KNOW from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. effective, November 7 as well.

Heckuva Show with Michael Brown will cover today’s top headlines and will feature exclusive Colorado stories and news. Brown will also interact with listeners via phone calls, texts and social media. Initially, the Heckuva Show with Michael Brown will air for one hour and beginning Monday, December 3, will expand from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.

The Caplis and Kafer Show will feature top local stories and news that impact listeners daily lives. In addition, Caplis and Kafer will interact and engage with listeners, keeping the community up to date on everything Colorado.

“Adding these new shows on both KOA NewsRadio 850 AM & 94.1 FM and TalkRadio 630 KHOW further enhances our commitment to original, local content,” said Tim Hager, Region President of iHeartMedia Denver. “We’re fortunate to have Michael, Dan and Krista in these key roles and I’m confident they will quickly become a trusted source of information and entertainment for our listeners, clients and partners.”

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