92.5 Denver

Wolf Out; Altitude Sports Incoming For 92.5 Denver

As we first indicated in our 8/29 Domain Insight, Kroenke Sports & Entertainment has announced that “Altitude Sports 950” KKSE Parker/Denver CO will move to 92.5 on Monday, September 17. The move to 92.5 will replace Country “92.5 The Wolf” KWOF Broomfield. New KKSE-FM call letters have already been reserved for the FM. With the move of the local programming to 92.5, 950 will pick up the national Fox Sports Radio network feed and serving as overflow outlet for play-by-play. KWOF was third ranked Country station with a 1.3 share in the August 2018 Nielsen Audio ratings released today trailing Bonneville’s 98.5 KYGO with a 6.2 and iHeartMedia’s “106.7 The Bull” KWBL’s 2.3 share. KKSE, which serves as the flagship station for the co-o...[Read More]

Jenny D Jumps From KWOF To KOSI Denver

Bonneville AC 101.1 KOSI Denver has announced that ‘Jenny D’ Hopkins is joining the station as morning co-host. Jenny has served in the same role for KSE Media Ventures Country “92.5 The Wolf” KWOF Brookfield/Denver since October 2015. She has also worked at Country 98.5 KYGO and Westwood One. She will join current morning host Sean Henry. Bonneville International Corporation’s KOSI 101.1, Denver’s Most listened to radio station, is pleased to announce the addition of crosstown KWOF-FM morning personality Jenny D to the KOSI 101.1 morning show as a co-host to current personality Sean Henry. “As a Colorado native, wife, and mother to two young daughters, Jenny is the perfect addition to work alongside Sean, allowing us to create entertaining content that is limiting ...[Read More]

FCC Report 3/8: More Power For Denver’s Wolf

FM Changes KSE Radio Ventures Country "92.5 The Wolf" KWOF Broomfield CO applies to increase power and drop their antenna height from 56kw/377m to 92.7kW/307m with a directional array pointed right into Denver while sacrificing its coverage in the Fort Collins market.

Brad Hansen Leaves KWOF To Become Cumulus Albuquerque OM

Brad Hansen is joining Cumulus Media as FM Operations Manager of the company’s Albuquerque cluster and Program Director of Country “92.3 Nash-FM” KRST, Classic Country “96.3 Nash Icon” KBZU, and Variety Hits “103.3 Ed-FM” KDRF. Hansen joins Cumulus from Kroenke Sports & Entertainment Country “92.5 The Wolf” KWOF Denver where he served as Program Director since April 2014. He previously served as OM for iHeartMedia’s Fort Collins cluster and has programmed in Austin, Reno and Springfield MO. In addition to the three stations he will program, Hansen will also oversee operations at CHR “93.3 KOB-FM” KKOB-FM and AC “99.5 Magic-FM” KMGA. He succeeds Kris Abrams who joined Futuri Media last month as Director...[Read More]

Kroenke Sports Acquires Wilks’ Denver Stations

Update 10/19: KSE Radio Ventures will pay Wilks $54 million for Country “92.5 The Wolf” KWOF, Hot AC “Mix 100.3” KIMN and Classic Hits “Kool 105.1” KXKL Denver. Original Report 10/12: Wilks Broadcast Group is selling its three Denver, CO stations to Stan Kroenke’s KSE Radio Ventures for an undisclosed amount. Kroenke owns a number of Sports properties including the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, MLS Colorado Rapids, Denver based regional sports network Altitude Sports & Entertainment, Outdoor Channel, Sportsman’s Channel, World Fishing Network as well as the NFL’s St. Louis Rams and Arsenal FC of the UK Premier League. The real estate mogul made his fortune developing properties around father-in-law Sam...[Read More]