|Broadcast area||Denver metropolitan area.|
|Branding||Talk Radio 630 KHOW|
NBC News Radio
|KBCO, KBPI, KDFD, KDHT, KOA, KRFX, KTCL|
Former call signs
|Repeater(s)||103.5 KRFX-HD2 (Denver)|
KHOW (630 AM) is a commercial radio station licensed to Denver, Colorado, and serving the Denver metropolitan area. The station is owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. KHOW is one of three iHeart-owned stations in Denver with a talk radio format. Co-owned AM 850 KOA has mostly local shows, AM 760/FM 93.7 KDFD carries nationally syndicated programs, while KHOW airs a mix of local and syndicated hosts. Studios and offices are on South Monaco Street in Denver.
KHOW's transmitter is off East 120th Avenue in Thornton, Colorado. It is powered at 5,000 watts and uses a directional antenna at all times. Its signal can be easily heard from Greeley to Colorado Springs. Programming is also heard on an HD Radio digital subchannel of co-owned KRFX 103.5 FM and on the iHeartRadio website and app.
Weekdays begin with a news and interview program hosted by former Federal Emergency Management Agency chief Michael Brown. The rest of the weekday schedule includes "The Troubleshooter Show" with consumer advocate Tom Martino, Leland Conway and attorney Dan Caplis. Evenings feature nationally syndicated talk shows from Joe Pags, Red Eye Radio and Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb.
Weekends feature shows on money, real estate, home repair, food, law, a public affairs show called "Front Range Focus," a political talk show with Ben Ferguson, a syndicated home improvement show with Gary Sullivan and two tech shows with Kim Komando and Leo Laporte. Some weekend shows are paid brokered programming. Most hours begin with world and national news from NBC News Radio, which is co-owned with KHOW.
The longtime morning team of "Hal & Charley" can be heard in the 1980 Stanley Kubrick film The Shining when one of the characters is attempting to reach the Overlook Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. The station is identified as "63 KHOW" during the sequence. A jingle from the "Class Action" package from JAM Creative Productions is also heard in scene.
Claudia Lamb; Jay Marvin; Alan Berg; Hal Moore and Charley Martin; Don Wade; Bill Ashford; Harry Smith; Reggie Rivers; Scott Redmond; Peter Boyles; Ray Durkee; Lynn Woods; Michael D. Brown.
Peter Boyles left the station in June 2013 following a scuffle with his producer. Boyles' former slot was filled starting on August 19 when Mandy Connell moved from fellow iHeartMedia (then Clear Channel) station WHAS in Louisville. Connell and Brown moved to co-owned 850 KOA.