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Published in many newspapers, throughout the US, such as The Rapid City Journal (SD), the Houston Chronicle, and the Rocky Mountain News, this article (dated 1982) documents the history of KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado from its beginnings in 1975 until 1982. Terry Selby, Jerry Greene, Tom Goldsmith, Brother Al, Michael Saftler, Mary Cal Hollis, Rita Robinson, Robert Allenand Mavis Forsberg are all mentioned. In the article's borders are hand-written...
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Ashley Montague is hired at KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. Exact date of publication is unknown, likely the 1980's, by the Telluride Times.
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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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Recorded in 1977, this is a KOTO Radio newscast (#3). Contents include: 1. Lamm recommends money for water systems Dove Creek, Rico, Naturita: 7/30/1977. 2. Interview and demonstration of auto air pollution check station in Telluride. 3. Interview in South Park--Weather monitoring John Lacompt--Cumulus experiment. 4. Idarado mine trash fire, interview with air quality folks in Denver. 5. Interview with Miles Arbor, editor, about boycott of C.B....
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1978. Total length is about 2 hours, 36 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Town council, 9/78. 2. Ouray culinary art show, 9/14/78. 3. Film festival pre-story (Stella Pense), 1/9/78. 4. Film festival past story (Stella Pense), 9/78. 5. Rear II: Interview with a Delta forest ranger. 6. Uranium survey in national parks (Jim Harpster), 9/11/78. 7. Uranium survey (Ron Sueitzer), 9/11/78. 8. Alaska wilderness,...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 10/30/79 through 12/13/79. Total length is about 1 hour, 23 minutes. The transcription, below, includes timestamps. Tracks include: 1. Allan Norris, from Ridgway, on hydroelectric power: 10/30/19 (10:20). 2. Hart to hart. (Senator Gary Hart) (4:20). 3. Interview Evie Haskall: 10/29/79 (20:26). 4. Halloween parade (4:06). 5. Experts from town council; Jerry Vass; Mountain on subdivision: 11/13//79...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1978-1979. Total length is 59 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Public forum, Part I, 11/3/78. 2. Interview with candidates: Conlin & Stevens. 3. Jim Reent, reason: Aspen mall and transportation. 4. Interview with Monsieur Johnson, 5/25/79. 5. Interview with Dennis Keaton about Homestake, 6/4/79. 6. Fred Shellman: Bluegrass, 6/7/79. 7. Telluride Lodge: F. Libby, 6/8/79. 8. Ryan/Milliken, John Brooks,...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1977-1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 37 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Hart water conservation week: Richard Lamm. 2. Planning & Zoning geo. hazards/flood planes, J. Crane: 3/78. 3. Lynn Swartz: eclipse of the moon, 3/78. 4. Jim Bedford/R. Malan: Chamber music interview; County Planning & Zoning preview of parking & transportation plus master plan: Tom Hale, 5/18/68. 5. Terry Selby speaking with...
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The second KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from 1976-1977. Total length is about 1 hour, 34 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Kathy Kelly/Ken Boyer deaths 2. Interview with John Payne on title insurance 3. Phone interview with Miles Arbor about Beau Calloway/Crested Butte 4. Phone interview with Marshall Jim Hall on his resignation. 5. Steve Sulloway report on school board meeting: Vanest/Burley/Young building request to HPC. 6. Interview...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from September and October of 1977 until August of 1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 37 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Pat O'Boyle on chemical spill in Lawson Hill, 8/5/78. 2. Opening Arts & Humanities Art Show: Interview with Meager, 8/77. 3. Jazz Festival 1977: Interview with Nick Tertenjak and other folks, 8/77. 4. Interview with Pat Lamb, new owner/editor of Telluride Times, 9/23/77. 5. Interview...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel newscast recording, from approximately 1977 Total length is about 2 hour, 39 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Bob Hedlend interview on coal stire's affect on Telluride, 11/1977: (1:22). 2. Don O'Roark interview, past due taxes: (7:38). 3. John Manstield on mountain medical services progress and needs: (3:12). 4. Jane Hill interview on county health services (WIC), 11/6/77: (11:08) 5. Bob Dolan, division of highway speed limit...
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A KOTO reel-to-reel news archive #10 recording, from 1978. Total length is about 1 hour, 18 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Hibschman on flood evaluations. 2. Larry Wilkinson on new library construction. 3. Telluride School ski program: Interview with Judy D'Angel & Basketball: Boys & Girls. 4. Town board preview: Bob Hibschman interview, 1/9/78. 5. Management design association, interview with Bob Hibschman, 1/9/78. 6. Bob Koster: Butch and...
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In 1983, the new KOTO studio for the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado--A converted garage. Photo Includes Tom Farrell, Esther White, Lenore Nicolay, Helen Suback, Michael Saftler, Robert Allen, Brian Peters, Terry Selby, Buck Lowe, Robin Pettegrew, and more.
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A postcard sent out to KOTO Radio listeners, in Telluride, Colorado, features a note from Lynn Rae Lowe and a picture of her. Date: August 1983.
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This Telluride Times newspaper article describes KOTO Radio's news cast team, including Rita Robinson, Gary Duncan, and Barry Cook. Dated February 26, 1981, in Telluride, Colorado.
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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.
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One of the first Halloween KOTO Radio parties, sometime in the 1980's, in Telluride, Colorado.
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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...