Radio Station Information
KOA 850 AM
Colorado's News, Traffic & Weather
City of License:
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Citicasters Licenses, Inc.)
4695 S Monaco St
Denver, CO 80237
KOA is an AM radio station broadcasting at 850 KHz. The station is licensed to Denver, CO and is part of that radio market. The station airs news/talk programming and goes by the name "KOA NewsRadio" on the air with the slogan "Colorado's News, Traffic & Weather". KOA is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Pat Connor.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Denver, CO
Listener Comments and Reviews
I want to enter your photo contest for kids 3 and under but don't know where to send the photos.
By: glenn sailer on October 31, 2011
I was wondering how I could get a hold of Jerry Schiebel?
We went to the Rockies Faith Day, and I think he had a part of bringing the concert to Denver, and I wanted to thank him
By: lisa on August 28, 2012
Check out on Facebook, "The Journey of Christopher Gish". The story of a local young man who has moved from tragedy to determination. Although he suffers daily in pain from 17 devastated vertebrae in his spine, he has sacrificed his own future and comfort to provide a future for the Children of Nepal. A true hero. Co-captain of his Cherry Creek High School lacrosse team, All-State, Team Colorado. He sponsors the Dish It Up fundraiser of Children's Hospital. Check out the Facebook page, follow the links, learn his story. The story of his journey will bring tears to your eyes, yet, warmth to your heart. He has been nominated for the Holcrim Foundation award out of Germany. Yet, he remains un-noticed and un-honored here in his home of Colorado. Learn of his dream and help make his dream come true for the children of Nepal and the children of the world.
By: Frank Gish on October 9, 2014
Someone should pursue filing a civil law suit against Fox News and Donald Trump for liable on behalf of the El Paso victims. The reporting of a "criminal caravan" coming from Central America this spring was a blatant lie - amounting to propaganda. Such alarmist information can feed the paranoid mind and lead to shootings such as what took place in El Paso this weekend. Whether successful or not, we as a society should make every attempt to hold politicians and news media accountable to more balanced and accurate information.
By: Bill Richardson on August 5, 2019
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