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KKZN
KKZN
Frequency 760AM (kHz)
City
Market Denver-Boulder
Branding
Owner Clear Channel Communications
Power 50,000 watts (day); 1,000 watts (night)
Slogan
Airdate
Format launch 2004
Format dropped
Sister stations
Website am760.net
Webcast link


KKZN (760AM) is a news/talk-formatted radio station licensed to Thornton, Colorado, serving the Denver-Boulder area. The station is owned by Clear Channel Communications.

Progressive talk programmingEdit

The station carries a full-time progressive talk format. Known as "Boulder's Progressive Talk", the station went on the air in August of 2004 and carries a number of progressive talk show hosts from both Air America Radio and other companies. These hosts include Thom Hartmann, Ed Schultz, and Randi Rhodes. One of the most popular hosts on KKZN is Jay Marvin. Duning the morning show, Marvin covers both national and state level news and politics. The station also broadcasts University of Colorado basketball and football during their seasons.

Besides broadcasting progressive talk shows, KKZN also runs what it calls a "Blue List." This list includes companies that support progressive causes and interests. The station also sponsors progressive events throughout the Colorado Front Range, such as events for the ACLU and other progressive organizations.

HistoryEdit

Before adopting a progressive-talk format, they were all-sports "760 The Zone," from which the station's call sign is derived.

RatingsEdit

SP04 SU04 FA04 WI05 SP05 SU05 FA05 WI06 SP06 SU06 FA06 WI07 SP07 SU07 FA07 WI08 Feb 10 Mar 10 Apr 10
SP04 0.9 FA04 WI05 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.4 1.3 SU06 FA06 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.0 1.2 0.7 0.8 0.8

Source: Arbitron


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