Beginning Saturday (July 11), CPR News will be aligning our weekend schedule with KRCC in Colorado Springs. In February, CPR and Colorado College entered into a long term agreement where KRCC is operated by CPR in partnership with Colorado College. This partnership has expanded the statewide reach of CPR News and has brought more voices and perspectives from Southern Colorado to CPR members and audiences statewide.
This new move will further solidify a continuous listening experience along the entire I-25 corridor.
Public radio, here in Colorado and nationally, is flourishing with more programs featuring innovations in storytelling and new and diverse voices shaping the future of the medium.
You can look forward to the following changes beginning 7/11/2020.
|6 AM||Weekend Edition||Weekend Edition|
|10 AM||Wait Wait...Don't Tell Me!||Colorado Matters|
|11 AM||This American Life||Colorado Matters|
|12 PM||Radiolab||Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!|
|1 PM||Planet Money/How I Built This||It's Been a Minute|
|2 PM||Snap Judgment||Freakonomics|
|3 PM||Reveal||On The Media|
|4 PM||All Things Considered||All Things Considered|
|5 PM||Hidden Brain||Latino USA|
|6 PM||Ted Radio Hour||This American Life|
|7 PM||The Moth||Snap Judgment|
|8 PM||Live Wire||Hidden Brain|
|9 PM||Sound Opinions||Planet Money/How I Built This|
FAQ's About CPR's Weekend Programming Answered
Why did you change your weekend schedule?
KRCC and CPR have aligned our weekend schedules to ensure listeners across the state will receive a continuous experience along Colorado’s entire I-25 corridor from Wyoming to New Mexico. The programs are aligned with listener interest and provide a wide range of programming throughout the weekend.
Why have you changed the times of some shows?
We regularly evaluate our audience behavior and needs, and often make schedule changes to better serve our listeners across the state. Schedule changes are timed with ongoing evaluations of our standards and priorities.
Why have you eliminated On-Being and Selected Shorts?
We regularly evaluate our audience behavior and needs and often make schedule changes to better serve our listeners across the state. Program additions and deletions are timed with an ongoing evaluation of station standards and priorities. These changes will ensure listeners across the state will receive a continuous news and entertainment experience along Colorado’s entire I-25 corridor.
If these changes don’t offer convenient times for you to listen to the programs you like, you can explore other ways to listen through on-demand services available at cpr.org. Many of the national programs we broadcast have podcasts and online listening libraries on their websites with streaming available any time.