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Read our opinion: "
Nobody versus Clear Channel"
Metro Denver - Colorado - New Mexico - Wyoming
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Metro Denver-Boulder-Evergreen (303-720 area codes)

  • Alice 106 FM <Alice106.com> -

  • Boycott Clear Channel <Boycott-ClearChannel.com> -

  • Clear Channel Entertainment <CC.com> -

  • Clear Channel Entertainment <ClearChannel.com> -

  • Clear Channel Entertainment <CC.com> -
    Clear Channel Entertainment <ClearChannel.com> -
    annotated web site excerpts: "As the world's leading promoter and marketer of live entertainment..... everybody plays a Clear Channel Entertainment stage..... Clear Channel Entertainment, formerly known as SFX, is a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications, Inc. [NYSE: CCU]. Clear Channel is a global leader in the out-of home advertising industry with radio and television stations, outdoor displays and entertainment venues in 63 countries around the world. Including announced transactions, Clear Channel operates approximately 1,213 radio and 19 television stations in the United States and has equity interests in over 240 radio stations internationally. Clear Channel also operates approximately 770,000 outdoor advertising displays, including billboards, street furniture and transit panels across the world."
    world HQ: 200 Basse Rd., San Antonio, TX 78209
    (210) 822-2828
    (Read "Nobody versus Clear Channel", opinion by Colorado Arts Net.)
    - excerpts obtained 2003De04Th

    See also:

  • Clear Channel Sucks <ClearChannelSucks.org> -

  • Denver Radio Net <DenverRadio.net> - a guide.

  • Denver Radio Sucks <DenverRadioSucks.com> -

  • E-Town <ETown.org> -
    E-Town is a nationally syndicated radio broadcast taped live weekly at Boulder theater.
    excerpts from E-Town web site: "On Earth Day, April 22, 1991, at the historic Boulder Theater, E-Town ®. launched what was to become the first-ever national radio program to successfully combine live music with critical social and environmental issues. From the very first broadcast, it was clear that America was ready for E-Town. Every week, loyal listeners from coast to coast tune in to National Public Radio to spend an entertaining and informative hour with this pioneering program. E-Town's distinctive mix of top-flight live music, thought provoking interviews and the inspirational "E-Chievement Award " reaches beyond the traditional constituency of environmental groups to mobilize a broader audience. The goal is to inform and encourage listeners to become contributing, educated, proactive citizens."
    Contact: E-Town HQ, 1818 16th St., Boulder, CO 80203
    (303) 443-8696

  • FMdenver.net -
    50 radio stations 50 music formats and NO commercials.

  • GoGaGa Internet Radio Station <GoGaga.com> -
    Nice web site . See their "connection help" for how to listen in using Real Player, free from provided link.
    contact: GoGaGa Brand Radio, 839 Pearl St., Boulder, 80302
    (303) 402-9353; Request line toll-free at (888) GOGAGA1.

  • KBCO Online <KBCORadio.com> -
    KBCO - FM 97.3
    Rock
    Studios: 2500 Pearl St, Suite 315, Boulder, 80302
    (303) 444-5600; request line: 631-2973; info: 444-KBCO

  • KBNO - AM 1220
    Hispanic music
    (303) 292-5266

  • KCFR - FM 90.1
    Classical; National Public Radio
    (303) 871-9191

  • KCUV - AM 1150
    Hispanic music
    (303) 861-1156

  • KDKO - 1510 AM
    "Power 1510"
    format: R&B, gospel, blues, jazz
    Was C&W station prior to approx. 1989
    inception: circa 1966
    2559 Welton St., Denver, 80205
    (303) 295-1225
    info source: Jennifer "JT" Taft, DJ while at CdM fest 97My04Su

  • KGNU FM 88.5 <KGNU.org> -
    Contact: KGNU, POB 885, Boulder, CO 80306-0885
    location: 1900 Folsom, Suite 100
    (303) 449-4885; toll free: (800) 737-3030
    comment line: (303) 447-9911
    This cutting edge listener supported free-form Boulder station has produced excellent programs like their Under the Floorboards, Sleepless Nights, Smash it Up, and The Cassette Underground. KGNU has also done a weekly program called "The KGNU Cabaret" hosting bands to perform live on the air since 89 Autumn. This station is listener supported and publishes a program schedule called KGNU Program Guide.

  • KGNU Program Guide
    <http://bcn.boulder.co.us/media/public_broadcasting/kgnu/kgnu-top.html>
    -

  • KGOAT FM 97.7 <KGOAT.org> -
    in Idaho Springs, streaming

  • KHIH -FM 95.7
    Jazz
    (303) 694-6300

  • KHOW -AM 630
    Talk & News
    (303) 694-6300

  • KIMN - FM 100.3
    1970s
    (303) 572-7000

  • KJME -AM 1390
    Mexican music
    (303) 623-1390

  • KJMN - FM 92.1
    "Radio Romantica"
    format: adult contemporary Spanish
    eg: Gloria Estefan, Luis Miguel, Enrique Igleias
    "first Spanish FM in Denver"
    inception: 97 Feb.
    Contact: EXCL Communications, Inc.
    5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 400, Englewood, CO 80111
    (303) 689-9019; 721-9210; fax: 721-1435
    See also: KMXA - AM 1090
    info source: Carmen Torres, PromoDir while at CdM fest97My04Su

  • KOA Radio 850AM <850KOA.com> -

  • KOSI 101 FM <KOSI101.com> - "light rock"

  • KRNW Radio
    Wilkinson, Robert N./owner; founder
    (influential free form alternative Bldr. station now gone; Community predecessor to KGNU-FM.
    KRNW signed off permanently 1977 April 1st. The station was purchased by KBCO radio.)
    Direct Survey: 950516G.Perry(DJ).

  • KTCL - FM 93.3
    "Alternative"
    (303) 571-1232

  • KUCB 530 AM; 102.1 FM
    <Colorado.edu/KUCB>
    -

    "Student run alternative radio....a service of UCSU"
    Campus Box 207, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO 80309
    (303) 492-5031 (office)
    (303) 492-KUCB (request line)

  • KUVO - FM 89.3 <KUVO.org> -
    Latin music, jazz, blues & news
    mail: P.O. Box 11111, Denver, CO 80211
    location: 2900 Welton St., Denver, CO 80205
    (303) 480-9272 (office); 291-0666 (studio)

  • KVOD - FM 92.5
    Classical
    (303) 936-3428

  • KXKL -AM 1280
    Oldies
    (303) 832-5665

  • KYGO - FM 98.5
    Country
    (303) 321-0950

  • Music Link <TheMusicLink.com> -
    Music Link is broadcast on KBDI Channel 12 TV and a radio station

  • The Peak 96.5 FM <ThePeak.com> -
    request line: (303) 988-4300 ; hotline: 584-PEAK (584-7325)

  • Radio TriColor <DenverHispanicRadio.com> -
    99.5 FM, 107.1 FM, and 1090 AM
    format: regional Mexican
    featuring: bands, groups, ranchera
    inception: 96 May (approx.)
    Contact: EXCL Communications, Inc.
    5660 Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Suite 400, Englewood, CO 80111
    (303) 689-9019; 721-9210; fax: 721-1435
    See also: KJMN - FM 92.1
    info source: Carmen Torres, PromoDir while at CdM fest97My04Su

Colorado Statewide
Outside the metro Denver-Boulder-Evergreen area (303 and 720 telephone area codes)

Colorado Springs

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