Previous Format: CHR “95.7 The Party” (Stunting As “Free Britney Radio“) New Format: CHR “Hits 95.7” Date & Time Of Change: July 15, 2021 at 12:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Previous Format: Rock 106.7 KBPI (Moved To 107.9 K300CP) New Format: Country “106.7 The Bull” KWBL Date & Time Of Change: December 18, 2017 at 5:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Previous Format: Alternative “107X” New Format: Classic Hip-Hop “Fly 107.1” Date & Time Of Change: December 24, 2014 at 3:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Previous Format: Dance “Hot 107.1” (Stunting As “Pot 107“) New Format: Variety Hits “107.1 Jack-FM” Date & Time Of Change: December 3, 2012 at 3:00pm More Info: RadioInsight, Wikipedia
Since the demise of KHHT 107.5 in 1997, Denver had been without a true CHR. As the popularity of the format began to grow, the demand for such a station to return to Denver began to grow. Meanwhile, KRKI in Estes Park had been granted a construction permit to upgrade its facilities and begin serving the Denver/Boulder market as a rimshot station. “102.1 K-Rocky” signed off in January of 2000. What followed in the next eight months was a waiting game. The station was often dark, but could sometimes be heard playing a test tape mixed with rock, alternative and country. Finally, on August 24th, 102.1 stopped stunting and signed on with a Top 40/Mainstream format as KXUU “U102, Denver’s Hit Music Station.” Interestingly enough, the format only lasted about a week....
Denver has never been a CHR-friendly town. After the loss of KPKE and Y-108, Denver was left with two rimshot CHR/Rhythmic stations and a Modern AC. Meanwhile, KWMX-FM 107.5 “Mix 107.5” was beginning to slump in the ratings. KOSI 101.1 had beaten them in the adult demographic, so in early 1996 they switched to a CHR/Alternative hybrid and changed their name to “107-5 The Mix.” This format didn’t really take off either, due to the high profile of another station, KALC 105.9 “Alice 106.” In early July 1996, the morning show at KWMX was let go. On August 9th, the station began interrupting music with a robotic “Testing 123…” Finally, on August 10th, The Mix gave way to stunting, as 107.5 began to play the audio tracks to “Star ...
Previous Format: Country “Z92.5” KZDG New Format: Classical KVOD Date & Time Of Change: March 13, 1996 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: 99.5 KVOD Becomes Classic Rock The Hawk
Previous Format: Classical KVOD New Format: Classic Rock “99.5 The Hawk” KKHK Date & Time Of Change: March 13, 1996 More Info: Wikipedia Related Changes: Z92.5 KZDG Becomes Classical KVOD
Previous Format: Alternative “92X” KNRX New Format: Dance CHR “Jam’n 92.1” KJMN Date & Time Of Change: February 29, 1996 at 8:00pm More Info: Wikipedia