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On May 6, 2013 By KRCC
What makes NPR reporters’ names so particularly mellifluous? There’s that pleasing alliteration — Allison Aubrey, Louisa Lim, Carl Kassell, Susan Stamberg. And it’s hard to match those mouth-filling double-barrelled names. Think Ofeibea Quist-Arcton, Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson…(excerpt)Continue Reading →
On January 30, 2013 By Andrea Chalfin News Dir.
Senator Michael Bennet (D-CO) spoke on Marketplace Morning Report from American Public Media on immigration reform this morning. Find out here where you can listen to the segment.Continue Reading →
Last year, we had the pleasure of meeting Donald Montgomery, a veteran of the 10th Mountain Division, a Colorado College alumnus, and one of the student broadcasters for KRCC in the mid-1950s shortly after the station was set up on campus by “Chief” Tyree. Now in his eighties, Montgomery went on to work as […]Continue Reading →
If one Internet year = about 10 pre-Internet years, then 1993 was about 170 years ago and it really feels that way when you listen to this very first public radio broadcast over the Internet for Science Friday. Remember 9600 bps dial-up terminals, electronic messages, graphical interfaces, the data superhighway, virtual multi-user dungeons (MUDs), and information anxiety? Hop aboard the public radio time machine!Continue Reading →
.. and here are the answers to Friday’s NPR celebrity doppelganger quiz set to the tune “Faces” by Addiquit from the Free Music Archive.Continue Reading →
National Record Store Day this past weekend inspired us to go digging through KRCC’s extensive collection of vinyl to see what visual gems we might find. What grabbed us more than anything as we browsed were the dark scribbles on the covers of a whole category of music in the FOLK section. “WOMENS MUSIC” […]Continue Reading →
Nothing says public radio quite like the member t-shirt. It’s a badge of honor, a time capsule, a rag.
You may find it surprising that even our collection is incomplete. Thanks to our members, however, we’ve been able to compile this slide show of some of the more popular t-shirts over the years.
We’d […]Continue Reading →
It’s hard to believe that KRCC will be 60 years old next year! Just to put that in context, we’re 20 years older than National Public Radio (which will be turning 40 next year). When cultural institutions have been around as long as KRCC, it can be easy to forget that it hasn’t always […]Continue Reading →
We’re very pleased to remind you that The Jazz Loft Project Radio Series will air every Thursday evening at 9 p.m. through April 29 during Dick Fairley’s Jazz Excursion, which plays from 8 to 10 p.m. Briefly, the series is about a loft in New York City’s Flower District where LIFE photographer W. […]Continue Reading →