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  • KRCC GM resigns following deal with Colorado Public Radio

    Kyle Cunningham is stepping down as GM at KRCC in Colorado Springs, Colo., citing personal reasons.  Cunningham His decision comes less than a month after Colorado Public Radio and Colorado College, KRCC’s licensee, announced that CPR would run the station under an operating agreement.  In a post on KRCC’s website, Cunningham said that CPR asked him to stay but that he is "seeking to find some balance in my personal and professional life, and to explore new possibilities and opportunities."  Cunningham will assist the stations with the transition and step down March 6.  "I am grateful to Kyle for his leadership and initiative at KRCC," Jane Turnis, Colorado College VP for communications, said in the post. "Kyle built a strong and successful membership program, always taking time to meaningfully engage with our listeners.

  • Public radio’s music station network rebrands to avoid ‘confusion’

    VuHaus, the public radio music station network, is rebranding to VuHaus Group. It’s a slight change, but VuHaus Group brand manager Mike Henry said it was necessary to “alleviate any confusion as we moved our live video performance, live streaming platform over to NPR Music,” Henry said.

  • Pennsylvania stations collaborate on multimedia response to opioid crisis

    In our series on innovative and replicable content and engagement strategies submitted to Local That Works, this profile summarizes an unprecedented partnership among seven public TV stations to participate in a statewide response to the opioid epidemic. Battling Opioids, a project of Pennsylvania Public Media, was one of four finalists in the 2019 contest.