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In the news:
- Amanda Mountain quoted in Washington Post: "They expect us to use this opportunity — these breaches of our public media cultural values — to engage our community in civil discourse." (December 2017)
- RMPBS Veterans Coverage Featured by News Match 2017 and Media Shift
- The Broadview Denver features Amanda Mountain as "Broad of the Month."
- Colorado Experience Roadshow: PBS to Host Public Screenings Pueblo Chieftan (October 2017)
- Colorado Experience "Uranium Mania" headlines Grand Junction's Earth and Science Week (October 2017)
- Fort Lewis College Video Production Class Produces Uranium Documentary (October 2017)
- Rocky Mountain PBS Extends In-Depth Reporting on Sustainability Issues Through New Regional Journalism Collaborative (September 2017)
- Rocky Mountain PBS Partners with Fort Lewis College Film Students - Durango Herald (September 2017)
- DU Alumna Amanda Mountain Embraces Role as CEO (July 2017)
- Gift to Rocky Mountain Public Media Paves the Way to New Buell Public Media Center (May 2017)
- Amanda Mountain Announced as new President and CEO Of Rocky Mountain Public Media as Doug Price Announces his Retirement (February 2017)
- Rocky Mountain PBS gets new CEO (February 2017)
- Amanda Mountain named Rocky Mountain PBS President and Chief Operations Officer (November 2016)
- TV news veteran John Ferrugia jumps from 7News to Rocky Mountain PBS - Denver Post (March 2016)
- Rocky Mountain PBS looks to build new home in Denver's Arapahoe Square (January 2016)
- RMPBS' Colorado Experience "Ladies of the Mines" Highlighted - Durango Herald (January 2016)
- Raising of America series demonstrates RMPBS' commitment to early childhood education - Colorado Springs Independent (January 2016)
- Season 2 of Chef Driven to Premiere on Rocky Mountain PBS - Westword (Feb. 2015)
- Arts District's "Suzanne Heintz" featured on PBS NewsHour's Art Beat (March 2015)
- RMPBS' Southern Colorado Kids Fun Fest featured in Colorado Springs Gazette (June 2015)
- New Study Finds Sesame Street Improves School Readiness (June 2015)
- RMPBS' Colorado Experience "Indulgences of the West" featured in 5280 Magazine (Oct. 2015)
- Colorado Experience "Eisenhower Tunnel" featured in Vail Daily (Nov. 2015)
- Arts District's "Super Indian" featured PBS Newshour's Art Beat (Dec. 2015)
- Art District's Cross Current's piece featured on PBS Newshour's Art Beat (July 2014)
- "Urban Rez" documentary selected for international tour by U.S. Department's American Film Showcase (July 2014)
- American Documentary Producers Tour Kazakhstan with Film Showcase (Fall 2014)
- Rocky Mountain PBS campaign shines spotlight on Colorado’s aerospace industry - MetroDenver.org (Oct. 2014)
- "Super School News" featured in Fort Morgan Times: Part 1 / Part 2 (Oct. 2014)
- Community Cinema's MAKERS Screening highlighted in Durango Herald with "Sparking dialogue through documentaries" (Sept. 2014)
- Rocky Mountain PBS campaign shines spotlight on Colorado's aerospace industry (Nov. 2014)
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