KSE Radio Ventures, LLC, a subsidiary of KSE Media Ventures, LLC, announced Wednesday an expansion in its sports programming just ahead of the upcoming Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets seasons. KSE Radio is elevating the Denver sports radio experience by providing two sports radio platforms, including one on the FM dial. The primary and consistent broadcast home of the Colorado Avalanche, Denver Nuggets and Colorado Rapids will now be on 92.5 FM; select games may also be heard on 950 AM.
"Our new FM and AM approach to Denver sports radio will serve fans of local teams as well as sports fans of teams throughout the country," said KSE Radio's SVP & GM Brenda Egger. "Denver sports fans, no matter their history and alliances, will be well-served by our two-station approach that includes the best local and national play-by-play and sports talk."
Altitude Sports Radio local programming, currently broadcasting on AM 950, will move to 92.5 FM to better serve the Denver fanbase with relevant local discussion from local sports experts like Vic Lombardi, Scott Hastings, Julie Browman, Marc Moser, Nate Kreckman, Ryan Harris and more.
The AM 950 dial position will begin featuring full-time coverage from Fox Sports Radio and their award-winning national sports talk format. Fox Sports Radio on AM 950 will air some of the best-known sports talk radio hosts in the country, including Colin Cowherd, Dan Patrick and the highly acclaimed evening sports talk show, Tom Looney and JT the Brick. Fox Sports/Altitude AM 950 will also expand their regional offerings of college and high school sports.
"Whether your favorite sports team is local or based outside Colorado, Altitude 92.5 FM and Altitude AM 950 have you covered," said Altitude Sports Radio Program Director Dave Tepper. "Altitude Sports Radio's new two-platform delivery is the perfect blend of local and national sports radio."
About KSE Radio Ventures, LLC and KSE Media Ventures, LLC
KSE Radio Ventures, LLC is a subsidiary of KSE Media Ventures, LLC, a Denver-based company that owns and operates multiple media businesses, including radio stations KIMN, KXKL and KKSE, the regional sports television network, Altitude Sports, SkyCam, Winnercomm, and their television network operations center, based in Centennial, Colorado.