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Colorado Public Radio Relocates Newsroom To Downtown Denver

Centennial, Colo. December 16, 2019Colorado Public Radio has moved its news service and reporting team to downtown Denver. In its new home at 303 E. 17th Avenue, the 9,000 square foot newsroom and studios will house more than 50 reporters and producers, including the Denverite staff and the production of the statewide daily news program, Colorado Matters.

“Together with Denverite, we are now the largest Colorado-owned daily news organization headquartered within blocks of the seats of power,” said President and CEO Stewart Vanderwilt. “By establishing our newsroom in close proximity to the Capitol, we can increase the delivery of meaningful news for all of Colorado.”

This transition follows a record year of growth for CPR News and demonstrates the organization’s commitment to be a leading source of news for Colorado. Other recent initiatives include the acquisition of local news site Denverite, the launch of newly created teams for investigative reporting and climate coverage, and the creation of news bureaus throughout the state and in Washington D.C.

“This move marks an incredible milestone for CPR News,” said Executive Editor Kevin Dale. “With representation in both the state and national capitol, in addition to news bureaus throughout Colorado, we can extend the depth, variety, timeliness and access Coloradans need to understand what is happening across the state.”

The organization will continue to operate its primary business, including both CPR Classical and Indie 102.3, from Bridges Broadcast Center in Centennial.

Learn more about Colorado Public Radio at www.cpr.org and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Colorado Public Radio is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization that produces and curates in-depth and meaningful news and music, establishing thoughtful connections to Colorado for listeners seeking to be informed, enlightened and entertained. Roughly 95 percent of CPR’s funds come from the private support of listeners, businesses and foundations.

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.

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 takes listeners inside the world of new and independent music – exposing them to up-and-coming artists and highlighting Colorado’s local music scene.​

Denverite is an online news source dedicated to Denver's curious and concerned.