Connect and Collaborate Radio Expands To Five Days Per Week on New Business Station Denver’s Money Talk 1690

January 21, 2016

Denver, CO -- Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT) announced today that its Connect and Collaborate Radio program is increasing its number of shows each week from one to five and going live during drive time from 4:00-5:00 p.m. Effective Monday, February 1, 2016, the expansion comes with a change in station as well, from KNUS 710 AM to the new KDMT 1690 AM Denver’s Money Talk. 

Connect and Collaborate, the Voice of the Colorado Business Roundtable, will continue to provide programming about business leadership, innovation and current events affecting the business community. The fresh format is a novel concept of multiple hosts, some of Denver’s most influential business leaders, inviting the audience into new networks. Listeners will hear interviews with experts, unique perspectives on business news and approachable case studies.

This new format grows upon the foundation of COBRT media which is built upon the concepts of “Brave Leaders and Best Practices.” The show is one of many ways in which COBRT reaches its constituents and members. COBRT also has a quarterly magazine, a weekly e-newsletter, a variety of social media and videos. Media Technology Management allows COBRT and its members to best connect and multiply the network effect.

Founder Gayle Dendinger explained, “We assemble brave leaders and great groups, visionary minds and best practices related to making a lasting difference. We tell their compelling stories in a variety of ways and help multiply their results by reaching more of the right people and organizations.”

The new home of Connect and Collaborate, Denver’s Money Talk 1690, was recently acquired by Salem Broadcasting, which also controls the show’s previous station, KNUS 710 AM. Connect and Collaborate radio show is also available via podcast at

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Tara Alexander, PR Coordinator
Colorado Business Roundtable