Friday, August 31, 2007

"Bob Edwards Weekend," on KUNC and KRCC.

For those public radio listeners who miss having Bob Edwards on National Public Radio, his XM Satellite radio show (distributed by Public Radio International) can be heard in Greeley, Fort Collins, Boulder, and Denver on KUNC-FM and in Steamboat Springs on KRNC-FM from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday afternoons, and on KRCC-FM on both Saturdays and Sundays from 9:00 to 10:00 a.m.
*Thanks to a CPRB reader for the correction.

Cokie Roberts Coming to Colorado.

Cokie Roberts, of National Public Radio, will be in Denver, Colorado as the keynote speaker for The Women's Foundation of Colorado on Wednesday, November 14, 2007 at the Colorado Convention Center

Maybe one of the Denver public radio stations: KUNC-FM, KGNU-AM, KUVO-FM, or KCFR-AM can arrange to get this speaking engagement on the air, or get her into a studio to speak about The Democratic National Convention, the 2008 campaigns, working at NPR--you know, politics?

Another Public Radio Job in The High Country.

Aspen Public Radio has an opening for a Morning News Anchor and Reporter. If we're lucky, maybe we'll continue to hear stories from Aspen Public Radio on Colorado Public Radio and KUNC-FM.

Here is the job description, provided by The Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

Beat the Retreat!

Colorado Public Radio goes back to future to do "beat reporting." A substantial grant from The Colorado Health Foundation by President and CEO, Anne Warhover, made this possible.

Now, KCFR News will hit the health beat--this time, with an actual news reporter, rather than another radio producer.

Read about Colorado Public Radio's recent grants here, see the job posting on the Corporation for Public Broadcasting website here, and read about it on here. Hopefully, KCPR can get this position filled before 2008. After all, their Managing Editor position is still vacant.

Steve Rauworth Retires from KSUT-FM.

Steve Rauworth, program director for KSUT-FM in Ignacio, Colorado retired today. Read the entire store here, from the Durango Herald.