“The Reed Marks show will be missed – even though it had barely gotten off the ground. It was often the only show to cover hockey, baseball and college athletics in a given day – particularly during the Broncos’ playoff run.”
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It seems like not more than couple of months ago that the on air lineup at Mile High Sports radio (AM1510 FM93.7) was completely rearranged. Already we have more movement.
The brand-spanking new Reed Marks show featuring Zach “the Honey Bear” Fogg recently began to air opposite Sandy Clough (104.3 the Fan) from 9-11 AM weekdays. Today’s edition of the program was the final edition. Reed Marks is out at Mile High Sports – and at Cover 32, a group of national NFL sites founded by James Merillatt, the President of Mile High Sports, where Marks was a senior editor.
The Reed Marks show will be missed – even though it had barely gotten off the ground. It was often the only show to cover hockey, baseball and college athletics in a given day – particularly during the Broncos’ playoff run. Marks and Fogg offered listeners an alternative to the Bronco-centric sports radio landscape in Denver, which had been particularly welcome this past week in the wake of that awful Super Bowl.
The program is being replaced with the Brandon Spano show which is extremely football heavy. Spano will reunite with Zach Fogg who had produced Spano’s late night show in the past. The two had a decent rapport although Spano is a solo host. Fogg’s input is not likely to be sought often, which is a shame because he has one of the brighter sports minds in Denver, especially when it comes to his ability to speak knowledgably on a wide swath of subjects. Fogg will no longer be a co-host as he was with Marks.
As a listener I am hopeful that Spano will involve the Honey Bear in his show more than he did when it aired at night.
Sliding into Spano’s 8-10 PM slot will be Denver Sports Nation radio with Joshua Dover, Adam Kinney and Dario “D in Denver” Correa. DSN (a show with which we exchange advertising) moves from the 10-midnight slot. The extra two hours of sleep will surely be welcomed by Josh Dover since he also produces the Press Box with Kiszla and Burns from 7-9 AM.
This latest reshuffling is certainly won’t be the last. If there’s one thing we all know about sports radio it’s that it’s a moving target. They say that it’s like the weather in Colorado – if you don’t like it just give it time. It will change.