Contact and Info

91.5 KRCC is a non-commercial, member-supported public media service of Colorado College.

Vision:
91.5 KRCC strives to be the premier public multimedia hub for discovery, engagement, and civil discourse.

Mission:
Through rigorous reporting, impactful storytelling and thoughtful music curation, 91.5 KRCC serves those seeking knowledge and an authentic connection to Southern Colorado and the world at large.

Office & Studios:
91.5 KRCC/Colorado College
912 N. Weber Street

Colorado Springs, CO 80903
Office hours: 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

Telephone:
(719) 473-4801
(800) 748-2727
(719) 473-7863 fax

91.5 KRCC on Twitter
91.5 KRCC on 
Facebook

Membership/Thank you gift questions: (719) 473-4801 or membership@krcc.org
Car Donation Questions: (719) 473-4801

General Email: Staff emails farther down this page
Programming: info@krcc.org
Music Requests: dj@krcc.org

ISDN REQUESTS: mike@krcc.org & joel.belik@coloradocollege.edu - please email both.
CALL 719-473-4801

Relationship to Colorado College
91.5 KRCC and all transmitter and translator FCC licenses are held by Colorado College, a non-profit, private, educational institution.

91.5 KRCC is a member-supported, non-commercial community service of Colorado College managed and operated by public broadcasting professionals who are employees of the college.

KRCC was started in 1951 by Colorado College students. 

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Some facts regarding 91.5 KRCC funding:

  • We will receive $150,769 from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) in fiscal 2017 (July 1, 2016 - June 30, 2017).
  • We receive a yearly stipend of $100,000 from our licensee, Colorado College.
  • We received $493,117 in donated services, facilities and administrative (in-kind) support from Colorado College as reported in our audited financials for FY16.
  • Our total revenues, gains and support, and in-kind support, reported to the CPB for 2016 was $2,326,804.

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  • CPB and FCC Required Public Information
  • Colorado College Information
     

Staff Email:

  • Tammy Terwelp - General Manager: tammy[at]krcc.org
  • Jeff Bieri - Program Manager: jeff[at]krcc.org
  • Mike Procell - All Things Considered Host/Operations Manager: mike[at]krcc.org
  • Andrea Chalfin - Morning Edition Host/Managing Editor: news[at]krcc.org
  • Mary Ellen Davis - Underwriting Sales Manager: maryellen[at]krcc.org
  • Kyle Cunningham - Membership Manager: kyle[at]krcc.org
     
  • Vicky Gregor - Music Coordinator: vicky[at]krcc.org
  • Jennifer Newman - Finance Coordinator: jennifer.newman[at]coloradocollege.edu
  • Jeanette Hohman - Underwriting Sales Associate: jeanette[at]krcc.org
  • Carol  Scherbarth – Traffic/Membership & Office Assistant: carol.scherbarth[at]ColoradoCollege.edu
  • Joel Belik - Radio Engineer: joel.belik[at]coloradocollege.edu
  • Jake Brownell - Reporter/Producer:  jake[at]krcc.org

Signal Coverage:
Southeastern Colorado including Colorado Springs, Woodland Park, Pueblo and La Junta. Mountain communities via translator are Buena Vista, Salida, Westcliffe, Gardner, Villa Grove, Trinidad and Raton, NM.

Frequencies:
91.5 FM KRCC Colorado Springs / Pueblo / Lake George / Hartsel (El Paso County)
88.5 Westcliffe / Gardner translator (Custer County)
89.1FM KECC La Junta (Otero County)
89.5FM KWCC-FM Woodland Park (Teller County)
89.9 Limon translator (Lincoln County)
90.1 Manitou Springs translator (El Paso County)
91.1 Trinidad--Downtown translator (Las Animas County)
91.7 FM KCCS Starkville, Trinidad / Raton, NM (Colfax County, NM)
94.1 Walsenburg / LaVeta (Huefano County)
95.5 Lake George translator (Park County)
95.7 Buena Vista / Salida / Villa Grove translator (Chaffee County)
105.7 Canon City translator (Fremont County)

Power:
KRCC - 2,100 watts @ 687 meters above average terrain
KECC - 740 watts @ 91 meters above average terrain
KCCS - 370 watts @ 303 meters above average terrain
KWCC-FM - 100 watts @ 132 meters above average terrain

First Broadcast:
KRCC - May 7, 1951
KECC - January 7, 2000
KCCS - October 31, 2008

KWCC-FM - June 13, 2017