Mile High Sports Radio rolls out new lineup

On Monday, January 26, 2015, Mile High Sports Radio (AM 1550 and FM 94.1) will debut a new weekday lineup, expanding the station’s schedule of live and local sports talk shows to 16 hours per day. The revamped lineup includes MHSR’s most popular shows, plus a few new additions; it’s a diverse mix of talents, designed to provide the most-comprehensive coverage of the Denver sports scene.

“We’re excited to announce our new lineup,” Mile High Sports president James Merilatt said about the changes. “It marks the latest evolution of the station, as we continue to improve our on-air product. This group of shows is by far the best collection of talent we’ve ever featured, marking the high-water mark of the station’s seven-year history.”

The new lineup kicks off every weekday at 6:00 a.m. and continues until 10:00 p.m., providing 16 hours of uninterrupted local sports talk:

6a-7a The Rude Awakening (with Josh Dover and Jesse Trujillo)
7a-9a Morning Mayhem (with Marcello Romano and Danny Williams)
9a-12p The Brandon Spano Show (with Brandon Spano)
12p-1p Whiteley on Sports (with Gil Whiteley)
1p-2p The Irv and Joe Show (with Irv Brown and Joe Williams)
2p-4p The Big Show (with Chris Braden, Benny Bash and Kent Erickson)
4p-6p Afternoon Drive (with Eric Goodman, Josh Pennock and Will Petersen)
6p-7p RenKnowItAll (with Renaud Notaro)
7p-8p CU on Mile High Sports (with Don Brenner)
8p-10p The Last Call (with Benjamin Allbright and Joe Morgan)

In addition to the weekday lineup, Mile High Sports Radio will continue to feature a wide array of specialty shows covering everything from tennis to soccer to mixed martial arts, as well as programs dedicated to college sports and pro football.

Mile High Sports Magazine is available at newsstands, retail partners and via subscription. Mile High Sports Daily is delivered free every weekday to subscribers email inboxes. Mile High Sports Radio AM 1550 | FM 94.1 is the local home of the Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rapids, Denver Nuggets, University of Denver basketball and Metro State basketball.