About Rocky Mountain PBS

Over a million Coloradans turn to Rocky Mountain PBS to discover provocative and inspiring local, national and international programming; find diverse viewpoints; score front row center seats to world-class performances; and experience lifelong learning opportunities every month.

Rocky Mountain Public Media, Inc. is the parent company of Rocky Mountain PBS and KUVO Jazz. Rocky Mountain PBS began in Denver in 1956 as Colorado's first public television station. It is now Colorado's only statewide television network, with stations in Denver, Pueblo/Colorado Springs, Steamboat Springs, Grand Junction and Durango. Rocky Mountain Public Media is Colorado’s largest statewide, member-supported, multimedia organization. 

“Insight with John Ferrugia” Wins duPont-Columbia Award

“Insight with John Ferrugia” Wins duPont-Columbia Award

New model for public media investigative journalism recognized for “Imminent Danger” report on mental health and gun laws.

RMPM Breaks Ground on the Buell Public Media Center

RMPM Breaks Ground on the Buell Public Media Center

Learn more about our new home in Arapahoe Square and read our latest capital campaign updates.

Amanda Mountain Named President and CEO of Rocky Mountain Public Media

Amanda Mountain Named President and CEO of Rocky Mountain...

Mountain is the first female CEO in Rocky Mountain PBS history and is one of the youngest public media CEOs in the country.

Awards and Accolades

Awards and Accolades

Over the years Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network has garnered several awards. Read more about these honors.

RMPBS Updates

Arts District: Stories of Connection

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A local photographer shows us how to learn more about the people we pass by every day.

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RMPBS service restored to areas near Decker Fire

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The fire on Methodist Mountain disrupted power to the RMPBS translator on Methodist Mountain but we are back on the air.

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Teen filmmakers tackle tough topics

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What's life like for teenagers today? We've partnered with Youth Documentary Academy to present "OUR TIME ," a 7-part series produced by 14-18 year old filmmakers addressing topics from teen suicide, race, disability, gender and sexuality, to domestic violence. Thursdays at 8:30pm

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Do octopuses dream? NATURE video stuns the internet

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NATURE's sleeping octopus has mesmerized the internet with its incredible color changes. But can you find one in Colorado?

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I’m not crying, you’re crying: a jolly-good return to Downton Abbey

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With great expectations to meet, the Downton Abbey movie recaptures the magic.

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What's your favorite podcast?

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For International Podcast Day, here's a few for your consideration.

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Happy leaf-peeping weekend

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It’s the first weekend of fall and it’s being called the best weekend to see the changing colors.

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Arts District: Music educator’s start credited to Doritos and Dr Pepper

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Chad Johnson, aka Chadzilla, uses his unique history as a rock & roll drummer to inspire young students at the Swallow Hill House of Rock.

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An Octopus in the Living Room

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A new season of NATURE begins Oct 2nd with a two-armed, six-legged houseguest.

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Ken Burns’ Country Music is bringing families together

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Vic Vela from Colorado Public Radio watched Country Music with his parents Sunday night and tweeted about the experience.

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Editorial Standards

Rocky Mountain PBS is committed to providing balanced, accurate and quality content both on-air and online. We value the public's trust and respect the high standards set for our work. Rocky Mountain PBS strives for fairness, objectivity and responsiveness to the public's feedback and input. And we ensure transparency in our news and information content, while avoiding any improper influence from funders or other outside sources.

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Mission

Rocky Mountain Public Media exists to strengthen the civic fabric of Colorado.

Values

Integrity. We aspire to engage a diverse community in ways that build mutual trust and respect. We take seriously our responsibility to operate with the highest level of transparency, accountability, and inclusivity.

Commitment. We will engage our staff, supporters, and the Colorado community with the genuine intent to educate, inspire, and evoke meaningful conversations.

CollaborationWe believe collaboration must be embraced equally by the individual and the organization in all we do, and extended purposefully in our relationships throughout the communities we serve.

Public Inspection File:

For additional information or assistance with the public file, please contact:

Lone Bryan
1089 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204
303-620-5659