Press Room

  • CENTENNIAL, Colo. – Nov. 3, 2010 – Colorado Public Radio (CPR) hired Patricia Prevost as director of network partner programs. “We’re pleased to welcome Patty back to CPR, said Sue Coughlin, CPR’s vice president of development.
  • CENTENNIAL, Colo. – Oct. 25, 2010 – Colorado Public Radio (CPR) Health Reporter Eric Whitney accepted the Colorado Healthcare Communicators’ (CHC) Media Representative of the Year Award at the group’s annual Gold Leaf Awards dinner on Oct. 21.
  • Organization Received More Than $900,000 in Annual Fall Membership Campaign CENTENNIAL, Colo. – Oct. 20, 2010 – From Oct. 6-14, more than 7,400 Colorado Public Radio (CPR) listeners came together to support statewide in-depth news and classical music during the organization’s fall membership campaign.
  • Statewide Network to Feature Eight Performances by The Colorado Symphony and Opera Colorado CENTENNIAL, Colo. – Sept.
  • New Leadership Will Advance CPR’s Long-Term Growth Initiatives CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Oct. 11, 2010) – Colorado Public Radio (CPR), the state’s only two-channel news and classical music network, recently hired Tara Friedman as director of philanthropy and promoted Jennifer Flatt to director of marketing.
  • Urban Chickens, and the Sounds that Tell Their Story, Earn Associated Press Honors for Colorado Public Radio CENTENNIAL, Colo. – June 17, 2010 – Colorado Public Radio (CPR) Reporter Megan Verlee recently received the second-place award for “Use of Sound” from the 2010 Colorado Associated Press Broadcasters Association Contest.
  • Site Provides Improved Media Player, Navigation, Search and Shareability CENTENNIAL, Colo. – May 3, 2010 – Colorado Public Radio (CPR) announces the launch of its fully revitalized website at www.CPR.org. CPR is the only statewide, two-channel network offering 24-hour in-depth news and classical music.
  • CENTENNIAL, Colo. (Jan. 12, 2010) – Colorado Public Radio (CPR) has hired Sarah Hughes to be a reporter and producer for its daily local news program, Colorado Matters. “Sarah will be a great addition to the newsroom, covering education and immigration news for Colorado Matters,” said CPR News Director Kelley Griffin.