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The first day (October 3rd, 1975) of KOTO Radio in Telluride, Colorado! Total length is 1 hour 26 minutes. Tracks include: 1.) Jerry Greene announcing the station's hours and the location in the Miner's Union building. 2.) Jane Hill playing two Bach sinfonias on an electric piano. 3.)Thomas Zoline plays boogie piano. 4.) Possum Pie (Kooster, Picker, & Betty Lou). 5.) Ken & David (Mihelich & Fishback), doing a song by Little Willis Allen. Supported...
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This is the public radio station in Telluride, Colorado: 91.7 FM Telluride; 89.5 FM Norwood; 105.3 FM Down Valley. "SINCE 1975, KOTO HAS PROVIDED THE TELLURIDE REGION WITH HIGH-QUALITY, COMMERCIAL-FREE, NON-UNDERWRITTEN COMMUNITY RADIO. OUR MISSION IS TO INFORM, EDUCATE, AND ENTERTAIN WHILE REFLECTING THE NEEDS, DESIRES, AND DIVERSITY OF OUR COMMUNITY."--from koto.org. From koto.org (As of May 2018): Staff: Ben Kerr: 3-Hole Punch Operator,...
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A KOTO Radio station show, from Telluride, Colorado, broadcast May 25, 1988. The title of this radio show is Voices & Visions: Back in the Fold, featuring Sharon Shuteran and Rita Robinson interviewing Barry Cook and John Fahnestock about what brought them to Telluride, why they moved away, and what brought them back. A common occurance, even today, many Telluride residents move away and end up coming back. This show attempts to answer the reasons...
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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....