KOA Extends Dave Logan For A Decade; Moves Show From Afternoons To Middays
iHeartMedia News/Talk/Sports 850 KOA Denver/94.1 K231AA Boulder/94.1 K231BQ Golden CO has announced a new 10 year contract extension with current afternoon host and Broncos play-by-player Dave Logan.
A former Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos wide receiver and drafted by both NBA and MLB teams, Logan has been part of the team’s broadcasts on KOA since 1990. He added afternoon hosting duties at the station in 1993 and has held that role alongside multiple partners ever since.
Starting September 3, the current iteration of the show with co-hosts Rick Lewis and Kathy Lee will move to the 9am-12pm slot as part of the previously announced programming changes following the launch of Conservative Talk “Freedom 93.7” 760 KDFD Thornton/93.7 K229BS Lakewood. Lewis will also make weekly appearances on the new Broncos Country Tonight block that airs on the station from 4-10pm.
iHeartMedia Denver’s KOA 850 AM & 94.1 FM, announced today an extended 10-year agreement with Dave Logan. Under the agreement, Logan will continue his current role as the play-by-play voice of the Denver Broncos and will expand his on-air duties.
As part of the agreement, Logan will co-host “Logan & Lewis with Dave Logan, Rick Lewis and Kathy Lee,” which moves to 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on September 3. The new show will discuss the day’s top stories, including the latest with the Denver Broncos. In addition, Logan will make weekly appearances on “Broncos Country Tonight,” KOA’s Denver Broncos-themed talk show.
As an accomplished former NFL and college football player, Logan has brought his love for sports and knowledge of the game to Colorado radio listeners for several decades. This season marks Logan’s 30th year in the KOA Denver Broncos broadcast booth and his 23rd season as play-by-play voice of the Broncos.
“As KOA enters its 50th season as the flagship station of the Denver Broncos, it’s an honor to announce our long-term extension with Dave Logan,” said Tim Hager, President of iHeartMedia Denver. “Few people have achieved Dave’s level of success — both on- air and off-air and we’re fortunate to have a personality of Dave’s caliber as the foundation of KOA.”
“I’m honored and frankly humbled that iHeartMedia is allowing me to continue my career with KOA,” said Logan. “The Denver airwaves feel so comfortable and familiar to me. KOA has been home to me for a long time and will remain my home for many more years to come.”
Throughout his career, Logan has also received a variety of accolades honoring his broadcast and football talents including the Denver Post Gold Helmet Award in 1971; the
Colorado Broadcast Citizen of the Year Award in 1977; three-time Colorado Sportscaster of the Year; Denver Broncos’ Don Shula NFL Coach of the Year nominee in 2010; and the Denver Athletic Club’s Career Achievement Award in 2012. Logan is also one of the most accomplished high school prep football coaches in America and is the only coach in history to lead four different schools to state title championships (seven championships in total.)