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City of license Parker, Colorado
Broadcast area Denver-Boulder-Longmont, Northern Colorado and Colorado Springs.[1]
Branding Cruisin' Oldies 950
Slogan Good Times and Great Oldies of the 50s and 60s
Frequency 950 kHz (also on HD Radio)
Repeaters KKFN-HD2 (104.3 FM)
First air date 1954 (as KIMN)
Format Oldies
Power 5,000 watts unlimited
Class B
Facility ID 30839
Transmitter coordinates 39°52′30″N 104°56′0″W / 39.87500°N 104.93333°W / 39.87500; -104.93333
Former callsigns KIMN (1954-1988)
KYGO (1988-1994)
KKFN (1994-2008)
Affiliations Denver Nuggets
Colorado Avalanche
Owner Lincoln Financial Media Company of Colorado (Sale pending to Entercom)
Sister stations KEPN, KKFN, KQKS, KYGO
Webcast Cruisin' Oldies Player

KRWZ (950 AM) is a radio station licensed to Parker, Colorado, USA, the station serves the Denver area. It carries an oldies format. The station is currently owned by Lincoln Financial Media Company of Colorado.[2][3] Its studios are located in Greenwood Village, and the transmitter is in Thornton.

The station's initial weekday on-air staff includes Denver radio veteran Hal Moore from 6 to 10 a.m., Bill Press from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., former KIMN and KXKL-FM deejay Randy Jay from 2 to 6 p.m. and Chuck St. John from 6 to 9 p.m., Wolfman Jack 9 to 10 p.m.


The station was previously known as KIMN from 1954 to 1988, and was Denver's top-rated top-40 outlet. After KIMN's demise, the station flipped to Country and adopted the KYGO calls beginning on April 26, 1988. The programing was separate from its FM sister. On October 12, 1994, the station changed its call sign to KKFN, with the moniker "AM 950 The Fan" and carried a sports format. Lincoln Financial moved the sports format to FM at 104.3 MHz. Finally on September 2, 2008, the AM station became KRWZ with an oldies format.[4]

On December 8, 2014, Entercom announces that it is purchasing Lincoln Financial Group's entire 15-station lineup (including KRWZ) in a $106.5 million deal, and will operate the outlets under a LMA deal until the sale is approved by the FCC.[5]


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