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Colorado Rockies Radio Network
TypeRadio network
Country
Ownership
OwneriHeartMedia
History
Launch date1993
Coverage
AvailabilityRegional
through 34 affiliates

The Colorado Rockies Radio Network consists of 34 stations (24 A.M., 10 F.M.) plus two F.M. boosters and 10 F.M. translators in six western states of the US.[citation needed] The English language announcers are Jack Corrigan, Jerry Schemmel and Mike Rice.[citation needed] In addition to in-game duties, Corrigan hosts Rockies Q&A[citation needed] and Rice hosts The Rockies Dugout Show.[citation needed]

Network stations (26 stations)

Flagship

Callsign Frequency Location
KOA 850 AM Denver (English language flagship)
KNRV 1150 AM Denver (Spanish language flagship)

Affiliates

Colorado

Callsign Frequency Location
KNFO 106.1 FM Aspen
KIUP 930 AM Durango
KSIR 1010 AM Fort Morgan
KRKY 930 AM/101.9 FM Granby
KTMM 1340 AM Grand Junction
KDZA 1350 AM Pueblo
KQZR 95.5/107.3 FM Steamboat Springs
KRFD 94.5 FM Sterling
KSKE 101.7 FM Vail/Breckenridge
KSPK-FM 102.3 FM Walsenburg
KRDZ 1440 AM Wray

Kansas

Callsign Frequency Location
KLOE 730 AM Goodland

Nebraska

Callsign Frequency Location
KCSR 610 AM Chadron

Nevada

Callsign Frequency Location
KEAU 1240 AM Elko

New Mexico

Callsign Frequency Location
KLMX 1450 AM Clayton

South Dakota

Callsign Frequency Location
KBFS 1450 AM Belle Fourche

Utah

Callsign Frequency Location
KNIT 1320 AM Salt Lake City

Wyoming

Callsign Frequency Location
KFBC 1240 AM Cheyenne
KKTY 1470 AM Douglas
KOWB 1290 AM Laramie
KVOW 1450 AM Lost Cabin
KPOW 1260 AM Powell
KYDT 103.1 FM Sundance

See also

References