91.5 KRCC connects you and your event or department to an average of 60,000 highly-educated and affluent weekly listeners throughout Southern Colorado and Northern New Mexico.
Our audience is deeply committed to enriching their lives by immersion in continued education and cultural events that Colorado College provides as connection to the community.
You can promote your event or department with a 91.5 KRCC sponsorship package. Have you booked a speaker or performance? Does your department engage in activities that would benefit from long-term exposure in the Southern Colorado community? Does an activity you’re promoting require large community participation in order to fulfill the requirements of a grant that is funding your event?
We offer all Colorado College departments a discount on our usual rate card. Please contact Jeanette Hohman at 473-4801 or email@example.com for more information. The IDEA Space, Communications Department, Summer Music Festival and Summer Session have used 91.5 KRCC’s effective and affordable on-air messaging for their events.
Colorado College is 91.5 KRCC’s licensee as a public media service to the community. Though a part of Colorado College, 91.5 KRCC is responsible for generating its own revenue through listener contributions, program underwriting and sponsorship, and grants; and is editorially independent.
91.5 KRCC is an award-winning, professionally run NPR member station airing Morning Edition, 1A, The BBC Newshour and All Things Considered as part of its 5am to 7pm weekday news service, as well as top quality public radio weekend programming such as Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me, This American Life, The Ted Radio Hour and On The Media. The 91.5 KRCC Newsroom provides local stories, series, profiles, interviews and reports during the morning and afternoon NPR newsmagazines.
We broadcast 91.5 KRCC Music seven nights a week from 7pm to midnight. Weekdays, we feature KRCC’s long-time music host, Vicky Gregor, with an eclectic mix of music not heard anywhere else. Weekends we present The Blue Plate Special blues show on Saturday nights at 7pm, and a Sunday night jazz program at 7pm, as well as other evening music programs.
The Office of Communications is located on the 4th floor of Spencer Center, at 830 N. Tejon St.
We can be reached via telephone at 719-389-6603 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org