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Posted by Susanna Haynie on March 28, 2018
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Colorado Springs Radio Stations

Colorado Springs Radio Stations

Okay, this may sound crazy, but hear me out!

One of the toughest things about relocation is that you’re always in your car finding and exploring things in your new city. And when you’re in the car, the distraction and annoyance or finding radio stations is endless. There are so many options, you want it for traffic, news, music, and local information, so here is a comprehensive list of radio stations to tune into in Colorado Springs. Most reach up to Castle Rock and down to Pueblo!

Christian:

88.3 KTPL is a Christian radio station.

90.5 KTLF is a Christian contemporary worship radio station.

91.1 KLDV is a Christian contemporary station.

102.7 KBIQ is a Christian adult contemporary station.

104.9 KWRY is a Christian contemporary worship radio station.

Classical:

88.7 KCME ins an Independent listener supported Classical radio station.

Classic Rock:

98.1 KKFM is a classic rock station that is a favorite here in Colorado Springs, they also have updated traffic, weather, and news.

94.3 KILO is another classic rock stations that mixes in some new hits as well!

101.9 KXWA (KING) is a rock variety station.

107.9 KBPL is a classic rock station with great stories, lots of music and hits.

College:

89.1 KRCC is a non-commercial, member-supported public media service affiliated with, and operated by, Colorado Public Radio in partnership with Colorado College.

97.7 KAFA-FM is run by the officer cadets at the Air Force Academy. They play today’s best new Alternative Rock commercial-free and provide exclusive coverage of Falcon sports, academic events, graduation and more. The programming allows cadets to maintain their own distinct broadcast personalities and develop shows that reflect their unique perspectives. Tune in to follow their journeys as cadets and passion for music.

102.1 KEPC (Student Powered Maximum Variety) is the college station for Pikes Peak State College. They play a variety of music and highlight “a day in the life of” current student programs and also feature What Makes the Band, an in depth look at current bands. The DJ’s are current college students who are in the broadcasting program at the college. 

Country:

95.1 KATC-FM (Cat Country) plays current country hits and offers news, personable VJ’s, weather, and traffic.

96.9 KCCY-FM (Y96.9) plays a mixture of current country and 90’s country adding weather, traffic, and news.

103.3 KIQ’N is a country radio station.

104.5 KYSTY is a country radio station headquartered in Canon City Colorado.

107.3 KQSC (Mountain Country) is a country radio station playing current hits as well as country hits from the past.

Hip Hop/R & B:

96.1 KIBT (The Beat) The Springs’ Hits & Hip Hop

News:

91.5 KRCC NPR Public Radio, it’s a blend of news & talk.

8101.1 K266CK is a conservative news/talk radio station.

Pop/Hits stations:

92.9 KKPK (Peak FM) is a great mixture of hits and pop from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s.

95.5 KPHT is a classic hits radio station headquartered in Pueblo, Colorado.

98.9 KKMG this stations has all of today’s hits and entertaining talk radio in the mornings and evenings.

99.9 KVUU (My999 Radio) is an adult contemporary radio station.

106.3 KKLI is adult contemporary music with a wide variety or stories, music, and news.

Rock:

94.3 KILO is a mixture of classic and new rock, has local VJ’s and plays news, traffic, and alerts.

98.1 KKFM is a classic rock station partnered with local news stations to provide news, traffic and alerts.

103.9 KRXP is an alternative rock station that also offers news, traffic, and stories.

Talk:

100.7 KGFT is a Christian talk radio station.

101.1 K266CK is a conservative news/talk radio station.

105.5 KRDO is a news/talk radio station.

 

Didn’t find what you are looking for? click on this link to find a station that has your style. Of course, things change, so make sure YOUR radio station is not missing from this list. Tell us in the comment section below.

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