To inform, inspire and entertain all Coloradans.
To deliver meaningful news, music, and cultural experiences to everyone in Colorado using the power of the human voice in all its forms.
About our values
Our values inspire, inform and guide our everyday actions. They serve as a set of expectations and a promise we make to ourselves, our partners and audiences.
We conduct our work with a commitment and drive for creativity in everything we do. We are committed to a culture where everyone is encouraged to explore new approaches.
We must be as curious, or more so, as the people we serve. As curious human beings, we choose to ask, listen and learn, and seek multiple points of view.
Commitment to accuracy, integrity, trust and fairness matters deeply and drives us to be ethical in all that we do. We expect ethical behavior from each other and those with whom we partner.
Diversity, inclusion and equity are core values of our workplace and essential to our mission and vision to bring together many voices in serving all Coloradans.
We strive to create a culture of trust. Treating others fairly, with civility and kindness defines us for our audience communities and ourselves.
CPR News delivers in-depth, insightful and impartial news and information from around the world, across the nation and throughout Colorado, examining its relevance to our state and connecting it to our community.
- See the on-air schedule
- Find ways to listen
- Learn more about the programs you hear
- Contact the newsroom
- Read CPR News' Code of Ethics
CPR Classical takes listeners on an in-depth exploration of thoughtfully curated music — with an emphasis on Colorado’s classical community — providing context to a broad range of meaningful and compelling works from past to present.
Indie 102.3 is an independent music discovery platform that elevates Colorado-based music, musicians and experiences. We connect audiences with artists — guiding them to the discovery of new music from emerging artists and from those they know and love. We are committed to showcasing the work of women and diverse artists who are not yet receiving the attention they deserve.
A news organization for Denver know-it-alls, newcomers and everyone in between. Denverite’s award-winning journalism starts in the morning with useful and delightful daily newsletters and continues through the day with city government watchdogging, neighborhood-level stories in the community interest and quirky features that readers say make the rapidly growing and changing city of Denver feel like a small town again.
KRCC is a public radio station in Colorado Springs, affiliated with, and operated by, Colorado Public Radio. KRCC broadcasts non-commercial News/Talk programming, mostly from NPR and American Public Media during the daytime hours. It was started in 1951 by Colorado College Professor Woodson "Chief" Tyree. KRCC is a member-supported, non-commercial community service of Colorado College. All transmitter and translator FCC licenses are held by Colorado College. For more information, visit www.krcc.org.
Learn More About CPR:
- Get answers to frequently asked questions
- Learn about CPR's history including history of Bridges Broadcast Center
- Read our Annual Reports