The station’s mantra was “all Broncos, on a regular basis.”

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Broncos head coach Vic Fangio, left, talks with Dave Logan at Dove Valley on Jan. 10, 2019.

Matt Stephens, The Denver Put up

Broncos head coach Vic Fangio, left, talks with Dave Logan at Dove Valley on Jan. 10, 2019.

Now not. Broncos sports activities speak on Orange & Blue 760 AM is over.

The Denver iHeartMedia property has not introduced formal programming adjustments, however all-day Broncos protection is not on the station’s airwaves. Orange & Blue, based in July 2017 with a Broncos partnership, had featured commentary and evaluation from former gamers resembling Dave Logan, Steve Atwater, Tyler Polumbus and others. It carried dwell information conferences and featured unique interviews with then-coach Vance Joseph and basic supervisor John Elway.

By Tuesday afternoon, nevertheless, its Broncos protection had been changed by patriotic rock and nation music together with promotions like: “Coming quickly, a brand new radio station wrapped in crimson, white and blue.”

JoJo Turnbeaugh, the Denver area senior vp of programming at iHeartMedia, informed The Denver Put up that “we will probably be asserting a brand new radio station quickly” however supplied no extra info. A number of Orange & Blue on-air hosts have introduced the station’s demise on Twitter.

Denver iHeartMedia additionally operates KOA-850 AM, the Broncos’ flagship station, which may soak up some protection formally offered by 760 AM. In February, iHeartMedia signed on-air host Alfred Williams after the previous Broncos star spent 15 years at The Fan 104.Three FM.

Orange & Blue confronted steep competitors amongst Denver sports activities speak radio retailers. Per the newest Nielsen survey in Might, The Fan led the market with a 3.Zero ranking whereas 760 AM drew a 0.1.


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