Mile High Sports Radio will return to Denver on Monday, June 29.
Afternoon host Eric Goodman tweeted to a listener that the station will be heard on 1340 KVOQ with an FM signal to follow.
— Eric Goodman (@EricGoodman) June 8, 2015
Colorado Public Radio is in the process of swapping KVOQ to Cedar Cove Broadcasting for 88.3 KRKY-FM Fort Collins.
Original Report 5/21: With Marc Paskin’s Marco Broadcasting closing on its $875,000 acquisition of 1550 KDCO/94.1 K231BQ Golden, CO/Denver from 4-K’s LLLP, “Mile High Sports Radio” has lost its on-air home.
A message on the station’s website states:
Mile High Sports Radio is making changes!
In the coming days, we will be announcing where you’ll be able to find all of your favorite shows. The new version of MHSR will be bigger and better than ever!
We appreciate the support of our loyal listeners and sponsors, and look forward to continuing to provide Colorado sports fans with the best live and local sports talk in Denver.
One of the station’s hosts, Gil Whiteley tweeted that the programming will return on a “new and stronger signal” on Monday, June 1. No word yet where its new home will be.
Mile High Sports Radio grows again. . . We are moving to a new and stronger signal next week on June 1st. I'll keep you posted.
— Gil Whiteley (@Gilfest) May 21, 2015
This is the second time the Mile High Sports Radio programming was displaced by a sale. In March 2014, the station relocated from 1510 KCKK Littleton/93.7 K229BS Loveland after its owners sold the signals to Hunt Broadcasting for $1.6 million. 4-K’s then purchased 1550/94.1 from Advanced Modulation Broadcasting in November for $550,000 before turning around in February to sell them for $875,000.
No word yet on what is currently airing on 1550 KDCO/94.1 K231BQ.