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Two newspaper articles, both from Telluride Today, that show the KOTO Radio "Show of the Week." The article on the left, dated March 1, 1989, features DJ Dean Rolley and the article on the right, dated April 19, 1989, is of DJ Michael McCormack. Also included are KOTO's weekly schedule of radio show listings.
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A KOTO Radio mailed newspaper to the residents of Telluride, Colorado, that discussed the radio's history and fundraising efforts. It appears to be published by the Telluride Times, for KOTO, and is dated "Winter 1985."
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An article, by Carol Davis, from the Sentinel, written June 5, 1983, describes how the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado is staffed.
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This article, dated October 29, 1987, is from the Telluride Today newspaper. It describes the past and present (as of 1987) KOTO Radio Halloween parties, that have occurred in Telluride, Colorado, since the first party in 1971. KOTO Radio then took over providing these parties, and also turned them into fundraising events, probably around 1976.
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This Denver magazine article, in the Media section, is titled "Wednesday the Judge Plays Jazz." It is written by Roger Neville Williams and published February 1977. It describes the founding of KOTO, in particular, Jerry Greene's journey from Denver to Telluride. The article also discusses KOTO Radio's broadcasts, including city council meetings, Brother Al's religious program, and community announcements. Lynne Dimet, one of KOTO's DJs is pictured....
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A newspaper article, titled "Telluride Radio Station", from the Telluride Times, dated October 9, 1975. Describes the opening reception of the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado. Pictures of Elvira Wunderlich, Jim Jackson, Al Johnston, Jerry Greene, Jim Bedford, Terry Starr, Dave Sklare, and Reverend Al Johnston are shown.
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A photograph of Rita Robinson and Terry Selby, probably broadcasting the news. Date on back of photo states "pre-1978."