Media in Denver

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Denver is a major center of media in Colorado and the Mountain West region of the United States. The following is a list of media outlets based in the city.

Print[edit]

Newspapers[edit]

The Denver Post is the city's primary newspaper, published daily.[1] Other papers published in the city include:

Radio[edit]

Denver is a principal city of the Denver-Boulder radio market. In its Fall 2013 ranking of radio markets by population, Arbitron ranked the Denver-Boulder market 19th in the United States.[18] The market includes seven counties in north-central Colorado: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, and Jefferson.[19]

The following is a list of radio stations which broadcast from and/or are licensed to Denver:

AM[edit]

Frequency Callsign[20] Format[21] City of License Notes Ownership
560 KLZ Talk Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Aurora, Colorado[22] Crawford Broadcasting
630 KHOW News/Talk Denver, Colorado - iHeartMedia
670 KLTT Christian Talk Commerce City, Colorado - Crawford Broadcasting
710 KNUS News/Talk Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Aurora, Colorado[23] Salem Communications
760 KDSP Talk Thornton, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[24] iHeartMedia
780 KCEG Classic Country Fountain, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[25] -
810 KLVZ Christian Talk Brighton, Colorado - Crawford Broadcasting
850 KOA News/Talk Denver, Colorado - iHeartMedia
890 KJME Adult Standards Fountain, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[26] -
910 KPOF Christian Contemporary Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Westminster, Colorado[27] Pillar of Fire
950 KKSE Oldies Denver, Colorado - Entercom
990 KRKS Religious Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Aurora, Colorado[28] Salem Communications
1060 KRCN News/Talk Longmont, Colorado - -
1090 KMXA Spanish AC Aurora, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[29] Entravision
1150 KNRV Spanish News/Talk Englewood, Colorado - -
1190 KVCU Freeform Boulder, Colorado - -
1220 KLDC Urban Gospel Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Aurora, Colorado[30] Crawford Broadcasting
1280 KBNO Regional Mexican Denver, Colorado - -
1340 KDCO Alternative Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Centennial, Colorado[31] Colorado Public Radio
1390 KGNU Public Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Boulder, Colorado[32] -
1430 KEZW Adult Standards/MOR Aurora, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[33] Entercom
1510 KCKK Adult Hits Littleton, Colorado Broadcasts from Lakewood -
1550 KKCL "Pot"-Themed Classic Rock/Talk Golden, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver -
1600 KEPN Sports Lakewood, Colorado - Bonneville International
1650 KBJD Spanish Religious Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Aurora, Colorado[34] Salem Communications
1690 KDMT Children Arvada, Colorado - Salem Communications

FM[edit]

Frequency Callsign[35] Format[21] City of License Notes Ownership
88.1 KVOD Classical Lakewood, Colorado - Colorado Public Radio
89.3 KUVO Jazz Denver, Colorado - Rocky Mountain PBS
90.1 KCFR-FM Public Denver, Colorado NPR; broadcasts from Centennial, Colorado[36] Colorado Public Radio
91.1 KLDV Contemporary Christian Morrison, Colorado - Educational Media Foundation
92.1 KJMN Spanish Adult Hits Castle Rock, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[37] Entravision
92.5 KWOF Country Broomfield, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[38] Wilks Broadcasting
93.3 KTCL Alternative Rock Wheat Ridge, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[39] iHeartMedia
93.7 K229BS Adult Hits Lakewood, Colorado Translator of 1510 AM James and Janice Hunt
94.1 K231BQ News/Talk Denver, Colorado Translator of 850 AM iHeartMedia
94.7 KRKS-FM Christian Talk Lafayette, Colorado - Salem Communications
95.7 KPTT Mainstream Top 40 Denver, Colorado - iHeartMedia
96.5 KXPK Regional Mexican Evergreen, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[40] Entravision
97.3 KBCO Adult Album Alternative Boulder, Colorado Broadcasts from Denver[41] iHeartMedia
98.5 KYGO-FM Country Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from Greenwood Village, Colorado[42] Bonneville International
99.5 KQMT Classic Rock Denver, Colorado - Entercom
100.3 KIMN Hot Adult Contemporary Denver, Colorado - Wilks Broadcasting
101.1 KOSI Adult Contemporary Denver, Colorado - Bonneville International
101.5 KJHM Rhythmic Hot AC Strasburg, Colorado - Max Media
101.9 KXWA Contemporary Christian Centennial, Colorado - Way FM
102.3 KVOQ-FM Alternative Greenwood Village, Colorado - Colorado Public Radio
103.1 K276FK Comedy Denver, Colorado Translator of KYGO-FM HD2[21] Entercom
103.5 KRFX Classic Rock Denver, Colorado - iHeartMedia
104.3 KKFN-FM Sports Longmont, Colorado - Bonneville International
105.1 KXKL-FM Classic Hits Denver, Colorado - Wilks Broadcasting
105.5 KJAC Sports Timnath, Colorado ESPN Radio; broadcasts from Denver[43] -
105.9 KALC Top 40 Denver, Colorado - Entercom
106.3 K292FM Country Denver, Colorado Translator of KYGO-FM[21] Bonneville International
106.7 KBPI Active Rock Denver, Colorado - iHeartMedia
107.1 KFCO Classic Hip Hop Bennett, Colorado - Max Media
107.5 KQKS Rhythmic Contemporary Lakewood, Colorado - Entercom

Local listeners can also receive the signal of radio stations broadcasting from nearby communities including Aurora, Centennial, Colorado Springs, Greenwood Village, Longmont, and Loveland.[21]

Television[edit]

The Denver television market includes most of Colorado, much of the eastern half of Wyoming, and most of the Nebraska Panhandle.[44][45] In its Fall 2013 ranking of television markets by population, Arbitron ranked the Denver market 17th in the United States.[18]

The following is a list of television stations that broadcast from and/or are licensed to Denver.

Display
Channel
Network[46] Callsign[47] City of License Notes
2.1 CW KWGN-TV Denver, Colorado -
2.2 This TV
4.1 CBS KCNC-TV Denver, Colorado -
6 ESPN Deportes Radio KXDP-LP Denver, Colorado -
6.1 PBS KRMA-TV Denver, Colorado -
6.2 PBS Kids
6.3 Create
7.1 ABC KMGH-TV Denver, Colorado -
7.2 Azteca KZCO-LD
7.4 - KMGH-TV Local news and weather[46]
9.1 NBC KUSA Denver, Colorado -
9.2 WeatherNation TV
10.1 CTN KSBS-CD Denver, Colorado -
10.2 CTNi
10.3 Aliento Vision
12.1 PBS KBDI-TV Broomfield, Colorado Broadcasts from studios in Denver[48]
12.2 PBS Encore
12.3 MHz WorldView
12.4 NHK World
14.1 UniMás KTFD-DT Boulder, Colorado Broadcasts from studios in Denver[49]
14.2 Bounce TV
14.3 GetTV
16.1 HSN KHDT-LD Denver, Colorado -
20.1 MyNetworkTV KTVD Denver, Colorado -
20.2 Me-TV
23.1 EWTN KDEO-LD Denver, Colorado -
23.2 - Oorah TV[46]
23.3 - Torah TV[46]
23.4 - Calvary[46]
23.5 - Fuente de Vida[46]
23.6 - The Walk TV[46]
25.1 Telemundo KMAS-LD Denver, Colorado Translator of KDEN-TV, Longmont, Colorado[46]
25.2 TeleXitos
25.3 Cozi TV
26.1 QVC KZDN-LD Denver, Colorado -
26.2 Jewelry TV
26.3 - Easy TV Radio
26.4 - Classic TV
26.5 - Western TV
28.1 HSN KLPD-LD Denver, Colorado -
28.2 BizTV
28.3 - Simulcast of KCDO-TV, Sterling, Colorado[46]
28.4 - Thunderhill TV[46]
28.5 TV Scout -
31.1 FOX KDVR Denver, Colorado -
31.2 Antenna TV
39.1 MundoFox KQDK-CD Denver, Colorado Satellite station of KQCK, Cheyenne, Wyoming[46]
41.1 Daystar KRMT Denver, Colorado -
50.1 Univision KCEC Denver, Colorado -
50.2 LATV
53.1 Estrella TV KETD Castle Rock, Colorado Broadcasts from studios in Denver[50]
53.2 LeSEA
59.1 ION KPXC-TV Denver, Colorado Broadcasts from studios in Aurora, Colorado[51]
59.2 Qubo
59.3 ION Life
59.4 Shop TV

In addition, local viewers can receive the signal of television stations broadcasting from nearby communities including Fort Collins and Greeley.[52]

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