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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from approximately 1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 22 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Mike Conlin: Hand Gliding (:34). 2. Pat O'Boyle: Sanitary Landfills (5:53). 3. Megan Bergman: Resource library (4:37). 4. Betty Wilkinson: Library report (5:11). 5. On the street interviews on local housing (11:45). 6. On the street interviews on local housing (4:54). 7. Ann Lannan: About Art Track (5:59). 8. Paul...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from approximately 1978. Total length is 2 hours, 15 minutes. Tracks include: (1-4) NFCB Convention '78 report. 5. Jazz festival '78 interviews with visitors and town folk & jazz festival '78 music. 6. Bear Creek closing interview with Jack Hawkins, 8/4/78. 7. John Cohn softball report: final. 8. Whooping cough, 9/5/78 (Dr. Grevel interview on Church of the First Born) & Mining in national parks (Everheart),...
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A KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, radio show, called Voices & Visions. The title of this show is Brian Rapp, a former Telluride Company president, that speaks of his return to Telluride and his life changes. Interviewer is Barry Cook. Recording starts with music. Length is about 27 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records...
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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 article, likely from the Telluride Times, was probably published within the first few years of KOTO's existence, around 1978-1980. Rita Robinson (KOTO director) attempts to persuade the community to volunteer and to broadcast their messages, making KOTO a true community radio station.
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A photograph, by Ingrid Lundahl, featuring a Bluegrass festival tent in the late 1970's, staffed by KOTO Radio personnel, in Telluride, Colorado.
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A Telluride Times newspaper article, published 11/10/88, that discusses Robert Allen becoming the new manager of KOTO in Telluride, Colorado.
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"KOTO Bash a Hit" article, published September 22, 1988, from the Telluride Times Journal, features a KOTO concert, at the Opera House, in Telluride, Colorado, with local resident Esther White and musician Johnny Cowan. The KOTO fundraising article was published February 26, 1987, probably from the Telluride Times. Robert Allen, Rita Robinson, Ashley Montague, Bob Brickell, Heather Bachman, and Ben Kerr are in the photograph. Photographs by...
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From KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, this show is about the problems with dogs in the area. Terry Selby is the producer and the interviewer. Hank Smith (town marshall) and Tom Goldsmith (municipal judge) describe the problems, rules, and possible solutions to the dog problems of Telluride. Recording is 21 minutes. Date is questionable and is probably 1979. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through...
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A radio show, called "Straight Talk" presented by KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. This discussion includes Jerry Greene, Jim Burleigh, George Greenbank, Michael McLaughlin, Amy Levek, Bob Mattatol, and Elaine Fisher. Ben Kerr is the producer. This conversation takes place in 1987. Speakers debate how buildings should be designed, building guidelines, and general development in Telluride... Who's in control of building rules and development? Should...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1977. Total length is about 1 hour, 17 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Interview with T. Hale: County budget, 10/1977: (6:44). 2. Freebox: "To Be or Not to Be", 10/1977: (6:54). 3. Interview with Dick Bird, volunteer for Ray Kogovsek: (3:59). 4. Governor Lamm, New York snow job, 10/1977:(1:30). 5. Interview with Kent State worker, 9/19/1977: (10:02). 6. CETA Investigation, phone interview with...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1979. Total length is about 3 hours, 32 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Question of the Week: Have you decided and how, about the elections? (Street Interviews). 2. Interview with Johnson about the selling of Idarado land, 4/10/79. 3. Interview with Mike Calagan about the grant requested for the Chamber Music Festival. 4. Speaker Linda Jackson about the land tax transfer at Crested Butte, 4/2/79. 5. Interviews...
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Straight Talk was a radio show, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, in the 1980's. This recording is from November 25, 1987, and features Jerry Greene, Gary Hickcox, Peggy Howlett, and Terry Tice discussing how to improve Telluride's sense of community. The discussion took place at a retreat at the Skyline Ranch, near Telluride, Colorado. Length is 40 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board,...
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A KOTO radio show, in Telluride, Colorado. Dates of the tracks vary, and most tracks were approximately 1983 or 1984. This is part I of public commentaries and opinions. Total length is about 1 hour 15 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Dance registration with Jeri McAndrews. 2. Food Coop report with Mary Cal Hollis. 3. Linda Miller on the upcoming election. 4. Joe Crain: clean-up Telluride. 5. Mike Farrell on the San Juan race to raise funds for skiers. 6....
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A KOTO radio show, in Telluride, Colorado. Dates of the tracks vary, and most tracks were approximately 1983. Linda Miller on3 or 1984. This is part two of public commentaries and opinions. Total length is about 1 hour 12 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Art Goodtimes on the upcoming election ballad: public funding. 2. Dave Whillaw on the upcoming election ballad: capital improvement fund for a pool. 3. Wayno Urdonas regarding the TELCO half day lift...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Buzz & Buck, featuring Buck Lowe and Buzz Bizarrio (Terry Selby). The beginning of this recording aired April 14, 1978: 1.) Intro & Werewolves of London song 2.) Slimey's worm burger 3.) Hereford Heifer's worm protest 4.) The ice cream report from Gerraro Bumper 5.) "Facade" cologne 6.) The Young Slobs, chapter 1 7.) "Placenta Helper" (cut from NBC's Saturday Night Live and finally done by KOTO's Vegetarian Theatre...
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A KOTO Radio show, called Buzz & Buck, featuring Buck Lowe and Buzz Bizarrio (Terry Selby). The beginning of this recording aired May 5, 1978: 1.) Buzz & Buck show intro & theme song (Garbled) with B.F. Deal's policy statement (resignation) 2.) A child's station ID of KOTO (kiddie I.D.) 3.) A child announcing "my mommy listens to KOTO!" 4.) Echo test 5.) "Buck, do you have gas tonight?" 6.) Gerraro Bumper's ice cream report 7.) Excedrin A.M....
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A KOTO Radio show, called Buzz & Buck, featuring Buck Lowe and Buzz Bizarrio (Terry Selby). This recording aired April 8, 1977: 1.) Intro & theme song 2.) Friday Dead with George Washington 3.) Letters to Buzz & Buck 4.) Bonofiglio Outro/Buzz & Buck Intro (This actually aired 1/20/1978) Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission...
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Newscasts, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, provided by Jon Kovash: November 13, 1996: 1.) A Telluride resident is attacked. 2.) Snow plowing controversy in Crested Butte. 3.) Weather November 14, 1996: (Starts about 7 minutes into the recording): 1.) Growth at the Telluride Medical Center and their health fair. 2.) Volunteers at the new school start planting trees. 3.) Ski swap. 4.) Weather. November 15, 1996: (Starts about 15 minutes...
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Newscasts, from KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, provided by Jon Kovash & Matthew Lewis: November 25, 1996 1.) Telluride Housing Authority states that affordable housing is in need of a subsidy. 2.) Gondola inspection and Saint Sophia station creation. 3.) Transit oversite board to advice on regional transportation and ways to improve existing transportation. 4.) Telluride school district (Superintendent Ann Brady) says there is no legal way...