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Worked as a KOTO DJ in the 1970's.
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A news staffer and NPR director of KOTO Radio, in the 1980s, Ashley Montague also worked for the Telluride Times.
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A KOTO Radio newscaster, in the early 1980's, Barry Cook has a background in computers and building.
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Terry Selby worked for the KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, for many years, starting in the late 1970's, as a DJ and a news broadcaster, and then as a program director/volunteer coordinator in the 1980's. Picture is from the 1990's. Terry was also known as Buzz Bizarrio, from the popular Buzz & Buck KOTO Radio show.
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Robert Allen was a KOTO Radio general manager, from 1986 until 1988, in Telluride, Colorado. In addition to being a manager, Allen also served the radio station as a bookkeeper, a music director, and more recently, has been a KOTO board member.
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Terry Tice was part of the town of Telluride council, in 1974, when KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado started. Terry helped KOTO to obtain the original $10,000 grant to get the radio station started. Soon after, Terry served on the KOTO board and started as a DJ around 1976. He kept a radio show off and on until the early 2,000’s. In the 1980’s, Robert Allen hired Terry as the Public Affairs Director and he hosted the well-know radio shows:“Straight...
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Executive Director at San Miguel Conservation Foundation, since 1997. Resident of Telluride, Colorado. Was involved in interviewing various Telluride residents on KOTO Radio shows.
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Janice Zink (Jumpin' Jan) began her radio career with KOTO Radio in December of 1994. She resigned in December of 2014. Zink served as a station events coordinator for KOTO. "Zink has been a KOTO DJ since the ‘80s; she won the very first Silver Tongue fundraising award in 1983 and is a KOTO Lifetime Achievement recipient. Over the years she organized the KOTO Beer Booth at Bluegrass, produced two Bob Dylan concerts and a Widespread Panic show,...
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A long-time KOTO volunteer radio DJ, from the late 1970's, until the 1990's. Buck married Lynne Rae Lowe in 1982. Buck was the creator of the Buzz & Buck KOTO Radio show, along with Terry Selby (Buzz Bizarrio), which lasted from 1977 until 1988. In addition to the Buzz and Buck KOTO Radio shows, Buck went on to form "The Morning Show", which discussed his famous "Free Box Report" and the Nursebowl Parade show. He also created the SRO (Standing Room...
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Hether Bachman was the radio event coordinator (also the special events coordinator) for KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, in the late 1970's through the 1980's. Pictured here, on the second to the right, is Hether in 1987. The photo is by Ingrid Lundahl.
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Norman Squier worked as a marshal for the town of Telluride, Colorado for 19 years, before beginning his current position (as of 2018) as a chief investigator for the San Miguel County Sheriff's Office. He currently resides in Norwood, Colorado and is the Vice-President for the KOTO Radio board, in Telluride, Colorado. Squier also worked as a news director, for KOTO Radio, from July 1981 until February 1984.
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Ben Kerr has been with the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado, since the station began, in 1975. At first, Kerr was a DJ, but then became a staff member in 1986. He has worked in many different roles, for the radio, and is currently the KOTO manager (as of 2018). This picture was taken in October of 1991, and includes Joan May and Cindy Obrand.
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A Colorado native, Gary Duncan has worked as a professional builder, a cabinet-maker, and an architectural designer, as well as a KOTO Radio newscaster in Telluride, Colorado. As of 2014, Duncan resided in Moab, Utah.--taken from https://electroplague.com/tag/telluride/
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A KOTO Radio DJ, since 1975, Brother Al had a regular show every Sunday. Brother Al arrived in Telluride, Colorado in 1972, and passed away, there in 2003. He was a Christian Minister. Here is his obituary, from the Telluride Watch: http://www.telluridetoday.com/watch/090503.html: Brother Al” Johnston, local preacher, KOTO disc jockey and Free Box aficionado, died Sunday morning at the KOTO studios of a heart attack. He was 77. KOTO Station...
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Stephanie helped to found KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. Stephanie was known as Steph the Red. She currently works for KUOW Public Radio, in Seattle. --Taken from https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephanie-shandera-3494b011 and from: https://voice123.com/stephanieshandera Links accessed 01/18/19.
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Brandt Garber is the current owner of Form, Function & Delight, and resides in Telluride, Colorado. He is also the production manager of the Telluride Film Festival. Garber also serves on the board of directors for the Wilkinson Public Library. He has volunteered as a KOTO DJ for 36 years, from 1974-2010. Information taken from: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brandt-garber-03b0aa8
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Jack Carey (Captain Jack) was originally from New England, but lived in Ophir, Colorado for 34 years and passed away in 2009. Picture is from 1982 and Jack is on the left. An avid hang glider, Jack also volunteered for the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado, by broadcasting from his hang glider. Jack also enjoyed riding his motorcycle and skiing. From the Telluride News (July 18, 2009, by Reilly Capps): "He skied on the little hills...
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Co-founder of the Telluride Film Festival, that began in 1974. The 1974 Denver Post newspaper article noted: "At age 30, Bedford is typical of may of Telluride's new residents. A college graduate (history and political science), he had been a clothing salesman, free-lance artist, TV cameraman, carpet layer and office-supplies salesman, and had knocked around the country, dissatisfied with his life's mission, until he somehow ended up in Telluride...
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Cynthia (Cindy) Obrand's role at the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado, was General Manager and she was also known as “Ida Mae” with the “Humpday Hunnies” live on the air every Wednesday from 3 to 5, back in the 1990's. Cindy was also Executive Director of the San Miguel Conservation Foundation and one of the founders of Greenbacks. Greenbacks was an organization that gave free tickets for concerts to folks who cleaned up the river,...
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"MG senior contributor Jon Kovash was an early editor of the Aspen Daily News and KOTO/Telluride’s news director for fifteen years, during which time he developed and produced “Thin Air,” an award-winning regional radio news magazine. Currently he’s the Moab correspondent for Utah Public Radio. His blog, Mountain Architecture, can be found at mountaingazette.com."--taken from: http://mountaingazette.com/author/jon-kovash/ Above link accessed...