|City of license||Denver, Colorado|
|Broadcast area||Denver-Aurora-Brighton and Greeley, Colorado|
|Slogan||710 K-News News-talk|
|Format||News Talk Information|
|Power||5,000 watts unlimited|
|Former callsigns||KMYR (1941-1960)
|Affiliations||Salem Communications, ABC Radio , AP Radio|
|Owner||Salem Media of Colorado, Inc.|
|Sister stations||KRKS, KRKS-FM|
KNUS (710 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a News/Talk format. Licensed to Denver, Colorado, USA, the station serves the Denver area. The station is owned by Salem Media of Colorado, Inc. and features programing from Salem Communications, ABC Radio and Dial Global. The 710 KNUS weekday lineup features Peter Boyles, Dan Caplis, Kelley & Company, a locally produced morning program featuring market veteran Steve Kelley, and includes a mix of various syndicated conservative talk programs like The Dennis Miller Show, The Mark Levin Show, The Dennis Prager Show, and The Hugh Hewitt Show. 710 KNUS is an ABC News affiliate, member of the Associated Press, and is Denver's home of the Wall Street Journal Report heard throughout the day.
Weekend shows include local favorites like the The Mike Boyle Restaurant Show, Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn and Krista Kafer, Business Unconventional with David Biondo and Dean Rotbart, and a sports program called Artificial Turf featuring 710 KNUS Sports Director Bill Rogan, Andy Cornell and Casey Bloyer. Syndicated programs from financial experts like Larry Kudlow and Bob Brinker are also part of the 710 KNUS weekend lineup.
News anchors are Tom Moller, Cliff Powers, Jason Hickman, and Connor Shreve.
History of KNUS
KNUS came on the air as KMYR in May, 1941 on 1340 kHz. It moved to 710 kHz in April, 1956.
Former Local Hosts
- FCC History Cards for KNUS
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- DENVER RADIO: 80 Years of Change by Tom Mulvey – Advertising & Marketing Review.
- Denver's KBTR/71: "Home of the All Americans" – Denver Radio Memories.
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