And other stations have also been in rimshots. If this can penetrate into Denver and make a difference, then that is a good thing.
It's 70 dbu signal covers 85,000 persons. The 65 dbu does not even reach 20% of the market.
KDHT reaches more cows than it does people.
KDHT has a 20,000 watt booster (KDHT-3 licensed to Aurora) that covers the heart of Denver,
that's very well city grade, and provides a decent signal as far west as Lakewood/Arvada and
north towards Broomfield/Erie and south to Centennial/Parker...that means 60dbu everywhere within 15 miles of Denver itself... http://radio-locator.com/cgi-bin/pat?call=KDHT-3&service=FB&status=L&hours=U