Vital Stats and Contacts

Call Letters:

KRCC 91.5 FM Colorado Springs / Pueblo
KECC 89.1 FM La Junta
KCCS 91.7 FM Starkville

Staff Email:

Delaney Utterback – General Manager: delaney[at]krcc.org
Mike Procell – Operations Manager: mike[at]krcc.org
Jeff Bieri – Program Director: jeff[at]krcc.org
Andrea Chalfin – News Director: andrea[at]krccnews.org
Vicky Gregor – Music Director: vicky[at]krcc.org
Jennifer Dunaway – Development and Finance Director: jennifer[at]krcc.or
Margaret Dickenson – Membership Coordinator: margaret[at]krcc.org
Greg Bennett – Production Director: greg[at]krcc.org
Mary Ellen Davis – Underwriting Sales: maryellen[at]krcc.org
Joel Belik – Chief Engineer: joel[at]krcc.org
Noel Black – Producer, The Big Something: noel[at]krcc.org

GENERAL: info@krcc.org
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS: psa@krcc.org
MUSIC REQUESTS: dj@krcc.org

Frequencies:

91.5 FM/HD/HD2/HD3 Colorado Springs / Pueblo
88.5 Westcliffe / Gardner translator
89.1 La Junta (KECC)
89.9 Limon translator
90.1 Manitou Springs translator
91.1 Trinidad–Downtown translator
91.7 Trinidad / Raton, NM (KCCS)
91.5 Lake George / Hartsel
94.1 Walsenburg / La Veta
95.7 Buena Vista / Salida / Villa Grove translator
105.7 Canon City translator

Power:

KRCC – 2,100 watts @ 687 meters above average terrain
KECC – 740 watts @ 91 meters above average terrain
KCCS – 370 watts @ 303 meters above average terrain

First Broadcast:

KRCC – May 7, 1951
KECC – January 7, 2000
KCCS – October 31, 2008

Studio Location:

912 N. Weber Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

Telephone:

(719) 473-4801
(719) 473-7863 fax
(800) 748-2727

Licensee:

Colorado College (www.ColoradoCollege.edu)

Coverage:

Southeastern Colorado including Colorado Springs, Pueblo and La Junta. Mountain communities via translator are Buena Vista, Salida, Westcliffe, Gardner, Villa Grove, Trinidad and Raton, NM.

Affiliations:

National Public Radio (NPR)
Public Radio International (PRI)
Rocky Mountain Public Radio (RMPR)
American Public Media (APM)
Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)
Radio Research Consortium (RRC)
Colorado Broadcasters Association (CBA)
Rocky Mountain Community Radio (RMCR)
Pacifica
Western States Public Radio (WSPR)
Public Radio News Directors Inc. (PRNDI)
Public Radio Exchange (PRX)

Hours:

24 hour broadcast. Office hours: 10am-6pm, Tuesday-Friday.

Programming:

News and Information, Music Mix, Jazz, Blues, Celtic, Reggae

 

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News

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Music

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