The TV critic for the Denver Post has selected Wick Rowland, president of KBDI/Colorado Public Television, as the local 2010 television person of the year. Joanne Ostrow also called KBDI “the little station that could,” and a “feisty outlet” that “routinely stands up to the Public Broadcasting Service bureaucracy.”
“When more timid station managers caved on matters of censorship or politics,” she says, “Rowland hangs tough.”
Joanne Ostrow’s praising a man who gave pledge drive time to the 9/11 Truth goofballs? Strange.