Denver’s Sports Station 104.3 The Fan to broadcast at least 164 Avalanche and Nuggets postgame shows
DENVER – Bonneville Denver has announced a number of new content elements focused on the Colorado Avalanche and Denver Nuggets. Highlighting the new additions is the introduction of “The Fan’s Avalanche Postgame Show” and “The Fan’s Nuggets Postgame Show,” which will air following every regular season and postseason game on Denver’s Sports Station 104.3 The Fan or 104.3 HD2.
On weekdays, Sandy Clough and Shawn Drotar will host both postgame shows. On weekends, former voice of the Nuggets Jerry Schemmel and Chad Andrus will anchor Nuggets postgame programming while Mat Smith and Drew Spevak host Avalanche postgame shows. These 30-minute broadcasts will take live calls and texts from listeners as they’re leaving Ball Arena or streaming from any location.
In addition, the station will launch two weekly digital programs, “The Fan’s Nuggets Fast Break” and “The Fan’s Avalanche Face Off.” Hosted by Rachel Vigil, these programs will feature guests including George Karl, Jay Williams, Adrian Dater and Matt Moore. Both digital programs will be available at DenverFan.com and across the station’s social media platforms.
Meanwhile, Zach Bye will begin his fourth season producing the “Mile High Hoops” podcast, while Mike Evans will host the new “Mile High Hockey” podcast. Both podcasts will be available to download at DenverFan.com or major podcast distribution apps.
“We’ve received consistent feedback that our listeners want more Avalanche and Nuggets content,” said Denver’s Sports Station 104.3 The Fan Program Director Raj Sharan. “This is the most content The Fan has produced on the Avalanche and Nuggets in our more than 26 year history, and we’re hopeful these great fan bases will enjoy listening and watching.”
More information and regular updates on the team can be found at the station’s newly launched team-specific pages: DenverFan.com/Avalanche and DenverFan.com/Nuggets.
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