The initiative led by Rocky Mountain PBS will bring together 21 organizations throughout Colorado, including the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs, Colorado College’s KRCC 91.5 FM, Pikes Peak Community College, Pikes Peak Library District, and the Rocky Mountain Community Radio group’s 16 public radio partners around the state. This new partnership will create cross-platform content for Colorado audiences, while linking higher education with public media to arm students with skills to thrive in new-media production.

For all the details regarding the donation of the building and the plans for the Tim Gill Center for Public Media, click HERE.

 

4 Responses to Announcing the Tim Gill Center for Public Media

  1. sharon berthrong says:

    THIS IS THRILLING. WHAT BETTER USE THAN TO CONTINUE WHAT MARY LOU AND HER TEAM DID FOR YEARS? CONGRATULATIONS PBS. YOU HAVE HIT THE JACKPOT.

  2. Jay says:

    Too bad the video is in Flash, something that even Android is leavlng behind in August. Flash leaves out those on iPhones and iPads. Get with the program and use a universal platform like youTube, not only is the video searchable, but it works everywhere.

    • Craig Richardson says:

      Hi Jay, good point – thanks for the heads-up. I replaced the flash video with a youtube version that should be viewable across all platforms far and wide.

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