News You Can Use: Listen To CPR News In Colorado Springs

<p>Hart Van Denburg/CPR News</p>

Coloradans in Boulder, Pueblo and Colorado Springs now have access to Colorado Public Radio’s in-depth news service on the FM dial.

CPR’s newest signals can be heard in the Colorado Springs area at 102.1 FM and 1490 AM.

Plans to expand CPR News’ broadcast reach in the state’s second largest city were announced earlier this year, adding more options for Coloradans to listen to CPR News across the Front Range.

The goal is simple: provide greater access to insightful, impartial reporting and work to ensure that listeners around the state feel connected to the issues impacting fellow Coloradans.

As a statewide network, Colorado Public Radio is always evaluating opportunities to better serve our audience. CPR’s expanded broadcast reach is part of the organization’s vision to be a community resource that delivers news and information for all of Colorado and its growing population.

See a statewide map of all CPR frequencies, and learn more about other recent signal additions in Boulder and Pueblo.