Colorado Public Radio Expands Reach


Colorado Public Radio (CPR) will be taking over the operation of 91.5 KRCC at Colorado College in Colorado Springs. The partnership will result in more than 80% of the state being reached by CPR.

“This investment in KRCC will enable the station and CPR to be more reflective of the state, bringing important stories, ideas, and experiences to audiences across Colorado,” said CPR’s President Stewart Vanderwilt.

91.5 KRCC news will become a part of the CPR news editorial structure and CPR will invest in KRCC’s newsroom to enhance local and statewide news reporting and increase the capacity to produce original digital and audio storytelling content.

“This partnership with CPR preserves 91.5 KRCC’s regional identity and Colorado College’s educational mission,” said Colorado College President Jill Tiefenthaler. “We’re excited to create a media hub that will include 91.5 KRCC, Colorado Public Radio, Rocky Mountain PBS and CC’s Journalism Institute.”