Bonneville Denver announced today that Parker Hillis has been appointed executive producer of Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan and ESPN Denver 1600, effective April 22, 2019.In the role, he will oversee content development for all sports programming.
Hillis comes to Bonneville Denver after spending the past five years in the Dallas/Fort Worth market with Entercom’s 105.3 The Fan. There he served in a variety of roles producing programs and games for the flagship of the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Rangers.
“Parker amassed tremendous experience in a top-five market atone of country’s most recognizable sports-talk stations,” said 104.3 The Fan program director Raj Sharan. “We were thrilled to identify an executive producer who learned under some of the most respected minds in our industry and worked closely with marquee franchises like the Cowboys and Rangers. Parker will help bring new and fresh ideas to our creative process.”
In addition to assisting the direction of on-air content, Hillis will contribute content to 1043TheFan.com and Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan’s social media platforms under the direction of digital sports editor James Merilatt.
About Bonneville International Corporation
Sports Radio 104.3 The Fan (KKFN-FM) and ESPN Denver 1600 (KEPN-AM) are owned and operated by Bonneville International Corporation. Bonneville International is a legacy broadcaster dedicated to informing, entertaining and uplifting its audiences. Founded in 1964, Bonneville currently owns and operates 21 radio stations and one TV station. Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Bonneville is a subsidiary of Deseret Management Corporation, a for profit arm of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. For more information about Bonneville International, please visit www.bonneville.com.
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