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iHeartMedia Shuffles Lineups At Three Denver Stations

iHeartMedia has made on-air lineup changes at three of its stations in Denver. Starting at Classic Rock “103.5 The Fox” KRFX, Susie Wargin takes over the midday slot. Wargin had been co-hosting 10am-12pm on Sports “Denver Sports 760” KDSP. Gregg ‘Uncle Nasty’ Stone returns to the company to take afternoons at KRFX. Nasty had hosted afternoons at Rock 106.7 KBPI for 15 years until his layoff in 2012. KRFX morning hosts Rick Lewis and Kathy Lee will pull double duty as they will join News/Talk 850 KOA/94.1 K231BQ for afternoons along with Denver Broncos play-by-play man Dave Logan. “Lewis & Logan” will air from 4-7pm. Logan had been co-hosting the 10am-12pm show with Susie Wargin on KDSP. He also had hosted afternoons on KOA until his move...[Read More]

Denver Broncos Continue NFL’s Shift To FM

The Denver Broncos have agreed to terms with Clear Channel on a four-year extension of their radio rights agreement. The move keeps the Broncos on News/Talk 850 KOA, which has served as the team’s flagship station since 1969. Dave Logan will return for his 17th season (and 24th overall) as play-by-play man and Ed McCaffrey comes back for his second year as analyst. The team will expand its 60+ station regional network with the addition of simulcasts on Clear Channel’s Classic Rock “103.5 The Fox” KRFX in Denver. With the addition of KRFX, the Broncos leave a small group of teams without FM gameday broadcasts in their home markets. The Carolina Panthers and Washington Redskins have suburban FM simulcasts for their flagship AM. The Green Bay Packers are on FM in Green...[Read More]