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Huzzah! I got myself a steady radio gig – working with Renaud Notaro, filling in for Dr. Travis Heath each Thursday from 6-7 pm. Please tune in, won’t you?

Mile High Sports Radio is on your AM dial at 1510 and at FM 93.7. You may also stream the show online HERE.

Tonight I hope to discuss athletes as celebrities with Renaud, maybe a little Rapids, too. Who knows.

I am grateful to Mr. Notaro for the opportunity he is giving me to connect with readers and Fancast listeners via terrestrial radio.

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"...by allowing its columnists to work in radio, the Post was expanding its reach. By bringing snippets of radio back to its own pages the Post has taken an additional step toward integrating a diverse range of mediums into its online product" 

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Thursday, 13 December 2012 11:25

Denver’s top 7 Sports Radio talk shows

What are the top 7 sports radio shows in the Denver market right now in the eyes of this sports radio junkie? The answer is, as they say, after the jump.

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John Reidy and I were scheduled to substitute- host the Press Box with Kisz and Burns on Monday morning, along with radio veteran Renaud Notaro (7-9 AM Mile High Sports AM1510 FM93.7).

That's no longer the case.

To host a Morning Drive radio program was a big opportunity for us. People work around radio for years without catching a gig like that. Alas, it wasn't meant to be.

Due to a "conflict", we will be listening, instead. And we hope you will too.

The "conflict" in this instance was that Mark Kizsla, who's very name is in the title of the show, and who's reputation it must  uphold, is concerned that we can't be trusted to honor basic standards. His fears arose from an article I wrote for this site on Friday, titled: "Mark Kiszla Kiszzes all over the Rockies" in which I compared him  to ejaculate and made fun of his name.

My peice was crude, and probably immature. I can see that now. Believe me, I had no idea that this would happen. I clearly would not have written it if I had.

I regret sacrificing the opportunity - not just for myself, but for John - for a couple yucks at Mark's expense.

I have apologized to Mr. Kiszla for what I wrote. He deserves more respect. But, the damage done, I have restored the article to my site after having removed it this morning. I can't hide from it.

Mark, if you're out there, I really am sorry. I should have given as much thought to my tact as I did to the topic. I think the piece, which was otherwise good, was written in such a way that the message got lost. That message? That sometimes you can take the poking too far. Ironic, isn't it?

Renaud Notaro, who is normally on in the evenings, will handle the show without us while Peter Burns travels home from Louisiana and Lindsay Jones and Mark Kiszla  traipse back from Cincy. Renaud, who's known for having the best voice in Denver radio, will do the Press Box proud, so check it out.

It's available streaming HERE.

We will be back for a rollicking South Stands Denver Fancast on Tuesday night. And maybe, just maybe, we will have learned something. 

 

 

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Join John Reidy and Colin Daniels from South Stands Denver dot com and the South Stands Denver Fancast on real, live morning drive Sports Radio on Monday, talkin' Broncos, Nuggets and MORE on the Press Box with Kisz and Burns.

Peter Burns, Mark Kiszla and Lindsay Jones, the three usually hosts of the popular show are all going to be out of town so they're rolling the dice and sitting us in front of open microphones.

FCC agents will be posted at all entrances and exits and veteran broadcaster Renaud Notaro will be in studio with us to make sure things go smoothly.

That's MONDAY, 7-9 AM on Mile High Sports Radio AM1510, FM93.7 The Press Box!

 

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Three stations. Three shows. We take a look at drivetime Sports talk in Denver.

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January 1, 2012 will be a sad day for fans of local Sports coverage.  Denver Sports Radio, 102.3 the Ticket will become an ESPN Radio affiliate.  Gone are Vic and Gary and a slew of other favorites.

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