Rocky Mountain PBS Management

Amanda Mountain
President and CEO, Rocky Mountain Public Media

Amanda Mountain grew up a military brat and has called Colorado home off-and-on since 1992. She is a first-generation college graduate and holds a Master’s degree from the University of Denver in Organizational Leadership with an emphasis on Change Management. She is the first female CEO in Rocky Mountain Public Media history, and is the youngest CEO of a major market public media station in the country. She has nearly 20 years of media experience, most notably with Freedom Communications, where she was named one of the top 20 Newspaper executives in the country by Presstime Magazine, and Viacom, where she helped pioneer cross-platform marketing strategies under the leadership of Mel Karmazin. She joined Rocky Mountain PBS in 2010 as general manager of the Southern Colorado station and stepped into the role of President and CEO in 2017 where she is now leading the mission to strengthen the civic fabric of Colorado through public media, and to build a new $34 million Buell Public Media Center to increase innovation, engagement and collaboration across nonprofit media.

Lone Bryan
Chief of Staff

Lone is a Colorado native with a background in public policy, event and board management. She came to the station from Washington DC, where she managed an advisory board of 200 CEOs and university presidents at The Committee for Economic Development, and was a core member of a high-level public policy strategy team. At Rocky Mountain Public Media Lone is a key thought partner to the CEO, Board of Directors, and the Executive Leadership Team, working alongside the CEO to ensure the organization’s strategic goals and objectives are met. Lone graduated from Colorado State University with a degree in Political Science. She and her husband live in Golden, Colorado and enjoy international travel and adventure in all its forms.

Sam Cohen 
Chief Content Officer

Dan Diamond
Chief Marketing & Sales Officer

Doug Houston
Chief Technology Officer

Doug Houston is Chief Technology Officer with over 40 years of broadcast engineering and operations experience including 23 years at KCNC Channel 4 in Denver. He is responsible for all Technical systems for KRMA, KTSC, KRMJ, KRMU-TV, KUVO-FM, IT networking and building/facilities. Prior to joining RMPM Doug was Director of Engineering at WCPO the EW Scripps ‘flagship’ station in Cincinnati where he was instrumental in making WCPO a top performing TV station for Scripps. He has received 9 Heartland Emmy Awards ranging from Editing to Engineering Production. He has a Masters of Business from the University of Colorado at Denver, and a BA in Radio, Television & Film from the University of North Texas. Doug’s interests include being a Commercial Pilot Glider and Single Engine Land, Certified Flight Instructor holds a Unmanned Aircraft Systems Certificate and is a Three Diamond Soaring Pilot, as recognized by Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.

Carlos Lando
President & General Manager, KUVO

Carlos has more than 40 years experience in radio. While still in high school, his first night on the air was January 13, 1968 on the Armed Forces Caribbean Network in Puerto Rico. In 1970, Carlos was the week night host on WOUR in Utica, NY, one of the first FM “underground rock” stations in the country.

Carlos moved back to Puerto Rico in the late ’70s where he produced and hosted a new show on WZAR called Jazz Where It’s Been and Where It’s At. During this time, he met and interviewed many jazz greats, including Count Basie, Betty Carter and Dexter Gordon.

Carlos returned to Denver in 1980 where he spent five years as Music and Program Director and mid-day host at the nationally recognized soul station KDKO. After working a year for KBCO in Boulder, Carlos joined KUVO in 1987. As Program Director, he helped establish KUVO as one of the most respected community-based jazz stations in the country. Carlos remains committed to airing culturally diverse programs with significant appeal to people in the Latino and African American communities.




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


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.

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Lone Bryan
1089 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204