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Denver Broncos Radio Network

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This article is a list of the current Denver Broncos broadcasters. As of the start of the 2015 NFL season, the Broncos' flagship radio station is KOA 850 AM, a 50,000-watt station in Denver, Colorado owned by iHeartMedia. Dave Logan is the play-by-play announcer; he starred for the Colorado Buffaloes before beginning his NFL career, spent mostly with the Cleveland Browns. Rick Lewis is the color commentator. Preseason games not selected for airing on national television were briefly on KCNC, channel 4, which is a CBS owned-and-operated station, as well as other CBS affiliates around the Rocky Mountain region, from 2004 through 2010. The games had for years previously been on KUSA, channel 9, an NBC affiliate,[1] and in 2011, the team returned to KUSA, which has higher news ratings.[2]

The first Broncos network was headed by KBTR; in the team's final season with that station, 1963, there were 15 affiliates.[3] KTLN (known as KTLK beginning in 1969) took over for the rest of the decade; 53 stations were on the network in KTLK's final season of 1969.[4] KOA's first season as network flagship was 1970.[5]

Radio affiliates

Map of radio affiliates.
Map of radio affiliates.

Broncos Radio Network


City Call Sign Frequency
Alamosa KALQ-FM 93.5 FM
Aspen KNFO-FM 106.1 FM
Breckenridge KSMT-FM 102.1 FM
Buena Vista KBVC-FM 104.1 FM
Burlington KNAB-AM 1140 AM
KNAB-FM 104.1 FM
Cañon City KSTY-FM 104.5 FM
Colorado Springs KBPL-FM 107.9 FM
Craig KRAI-AM 550 AM
Denver (Flagship station) KOA-AM 850 AM
KRFX-FM 103.5 FM
Durango KRSJ-FM 100.5 FM
Fort Collins KCOL-AM 600 AM
Fort Morgan KSIR-AM 1010 AM
Glenwood Springs KMTS-FM 99.1 FM
Grand Junction KSTR-FM 96.1 FM
Gunnison KPKE-AM 1490 AM
Lamar KVAY-FM 105.7 FM
Pagosa Springs KWUF-AM 1400 AM
Pueblo KDZA AM 1350 AM
Rifle KNAM-AM 1490 AM
Salida KGKG-AM 1340 AM
Steamboat Springs KTWY-FM 98.9 FM
Sterling KPMX-FM 105.7 FM
Trinidad KCRT-FM 92.5 FM
Vail KSKE-FM 101.7 FM
Walsenburg KSPK-FM 102.3 FM
Winter Park/Granby KRKY-AM 930 AM
Wray KRDZ-AM 1440 AM


City Call Sign Frequency
Colby KLOE-AM 730 AM
Goodland KKCI-FM 102.5 FM
Great Bend KZRS-FM 107.9 FM
Wichita KGSO 1410 AM/93.9 FM


City Call Sign Frequency
Chadron KCSR-AM 610 AM
Lincoln KLIN-AM 1400 AM
McCook KBRL-AM 1300 AM
North Platte KOOQ-AM 1410 AM
Ogallala KOGA-AM 930 AM
Scottsbluff KNEB-AM 960 AM

New Mexico

City Call Sign Frequency
Albuquerque KIVA-AM 600 AM
Farmington KCQL-AM 1340 AM
Ruidoso KEDU-FM 102.3 FM


City Call Sign Frequency
Las Vegas KMZQ-AM 670 AM


City Call Sign Frequency
Alva KRDR-FM 105.7 FM

South Dakota

City Call Sign Frequency
Belle Fourche KBFS-AM 1450 AM
Rapid City KOTA-AM 1380 AM


City Call Sign Frequency
Abilene KYYW-AM 1470 AM
Dimmitt KDHN-AM 1470 AM
Lubbock KKAM-AM 1340 AM


City Call Sign Frequency
Buffalo KBBS-AM 1450 AM
Casper KTWO-AM 1030 AM
Cheyenne KFBC-AM 1240 AM
Cody KTAG-FM 97.9 FM
Douglas KKTY-AM 1470 AM
Gillette KXXL-FM 106.1 FM
Green River KFRZ-FM 92.1 FM
Lander KOVE-AM 1330 AM
Laramie KOWB-AM 1290 AM
Pine Bluffs KYWY 95.5 FM
Pinedale KFZE-FM 104.3 FM
Powell KPOW-AM 1260 AM
Riverton KVOW-AM 1450 AM
Saratoga KTGA-FM 99.3 FM
Sheridan KWYO-AM 1410 AM
Sundance KYDT-FM 103.1 FM
Torrington KGOS-AM 1490 AM
Wheatland KYCN-AM 1340 AM
Worland KWOR-AM 1340 AM


  1. ^ Saunders, Dusty (2011-05-30). "KUSA on cloud 9 with Broncos deal". The Denver Post. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
  2. ^ "Broncos sign extension with KUSA". Mile High Sports. Archived from the original on 26 April 2013. Retrieved 19 June 2013.
  3. ^ "Football king at TV box office" (PDF). Broadcasting. August 19, 1963. p. 42. Retrieved May 3, 2021.
  4. ^ "Denver Broncos" (PDF). Broadcasting. July 28, 1969. p. 40. Retrieved May 3, 2021.
  5. ^ "Denver Broncos" (PDF). Broadcasting. July 20, 1970. p. 26. Retrieved May 3, 2021.
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