Delaney Utterback

Station Manager

Delaney Utterback is a Colorado Springs native and CC brat.  He attended CC, studying English.  He also attended CC informally by listening to KRCC since he was twelve years old, soaking in all the great new wave and alternative music KRCC had to offer in his youth.  Delaney came to KRCC in 1993 as a work study employee and as a summer start at Colorado College.  Delaney has never left.  He's been an assistant to the Development Director, Traffic Specialist, Office Manger, Assistant General Manager and General Manger.  

Delaney's passion is for music and fact-based news.  He is the Vice President of Rocky Mountain Community Radio and a partner in the storytelling project at the Tim Gill Center for Public Media.  He also finds time to host a show on KRCC, the Oscillation Propagation.

9:12 pm
Sun April 20, 2014

Best of the Springs: KRCC

The Colorado College station provides public radio for southern Colorado. Weekday programming includes newsmusic and interviews. Weekends offer programs such as “Car Talk,” “This American Life,” “The Thomas Jefferson Hour” and “Prairie Home Companion.”
We all know it: we live in a beautiful place and Colorado Springs offers us many good things. That's what Best of the Springs is all about. More than 15,000 voters and eight staff members weighed in, and here's what they love best about our city.
9:46 am
Sun April 6, 2014

Self-Expression or Sexualization?

Colorado College Professor Tomi-Ann Roberts appears on Women in the World. Knowing that girls are watching, women are working to draw the line between the freedom of sexual expression and the exploitation of it.
Between the perennially half-naked Miley Cyrus and celebrities whose only claim to fame is sex appeal, impressionable young women are being taught that sexualizing themselves is the key to empowerment.
Transmission Problems
1:20 pm
Sun March 9, 2014

Cañon City Translator Problems

We've received reports that KRCC's Cañon City translator is off the air.  We will be working on the translator on Monday.  We apologize for the disruption.

In-Studio
3:27 pm
Thu February 20, 2014

ICYMI: Interview with Shearwater's Jonathan Meiburg

Jonathan Meiburg sports a KRCC "Daniel Johnston" shirt

Jonathan Meiburg of Shearwater took some time today to stop by KRCC for a chat with Vicky.  Click play to hear that interview:

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Live at Ivywild
1:07 pm
Sun January 26, 2014

Story Project Live at Ivywild

The Story Project aired live, Sunday, January 26th at Ivywild School, at 1pm.  It was KRCC's first remote broadcast in over 30 years!  You can listen to it right here.

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Colorado College
4:41 pm
Thu January 9, 2014

How social networks drive creativity: Katherine Giuffre

How do communities spark creativity? Social network researcher and Colorado College professor Katherine Giuffre shares what she learned studying what was, at the time, arguably the most creative culture in the world -- on an island in the South Pacific.

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Music Mix / Oscillation Propagation
4:03 pm
Wed December 18, 2013

Delaney Utterback Top Tens for 2013

Delaney Utterback, KRCC Station Manager

Top Ten in no order:
Jagwar Ma - Howlin'

Midlake - Antiphon

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Music Mix
1:40 pm
Wed December 18, 2013

DJ Cooper's Top Ten for 2013

DJ Cooper - Monday Overnight

Bob Marley and the Wailers - Legend Remixed

Of Monsters and Men - My Head Is An Animal

Daft Punk - Random Access Memories

Vampire Weekend - Modern Vampires Of The City

Portugal The Man - Evil Friends

Imagine Dragons - Night Visions

City and Colour - The Hurry And The Harm

Iron & Wine - Ghosts On Ghosts

Changing Colors - Joan & The King

Foals - Holy Fire
 

Culture: Local Genius
10:33 am
Tue September 17, 2013

Off Topic's Prof. Steven Hayward Featured on As It Happens.

Colorado College Professor Steve Hayward, co-host of Off Topic

From his collection Buddha Stephens and Other Stories, here is Off Topic's Prof. Steven Hayward, reading his short story August 7th, 1921.  (Please, forward to 7:00.)

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Connecting the Drops
1:47 pm
Sun September 15, 2013

Connecting the Drops Live Call-In Today on KRCC

Connecting the Drops

The Colorado River dominates much of the water landscape in our state and throughout the Western US.  Join us today, Sunday, September 15th at 5 PM for a special statewide call-in program about the Colorado River.  We'll be joined by listeners of other community public radio stations across the state. It's part of "Connecting the Drops" our year-long series about water.  A special statewide call-in program on the Colorado River, Sunday, Sept. 15th at 5 PM on KRCC.
Learn more about Connecting the Drops here.

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1:32 pm
Mon September 9, 2013

100-Year-Old Scrapbook Opens Colorado Springs Teen's Eyes to Preserving History

Palmer High School Student, Graham Gale, came to us with an idea to combine two of her interests - local history & public media - for a school project. Graham visited the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and found the scrapbook of a young woman who lived in the rather different Colorado Springs of 100 years ago.
Fifteen-year-old Graham Gale has spent hours trying to solve the mystery of Mary Kyle, who was born 134 years ago. What she found earned her a new respect for local history and a top grade at Palmer High School for her International Baccalaureate community service project.
Communique: Programs
4:22 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Communique: TED, All Songs Considered, Alec Baldwin and eTown come/return to KRCC.

TED Radio Hour begins this Saturday at 3pm on KRCC.
Credit NPR

This weekend KRCC premiers the TED Radio Hour at 3 p.m. on Saturdays.  NPR touts the TED Radio Hour as "A journey through fascinating ideas, astonishing inventions, and new ways to think and create. Based on riveting TED Talks from the world's most remarkable minds."  You can learn more at npr.org/programs/ted-radio-hour/.  We're excited for the new addition.

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11:03 am
Tue September 3, 2013

Should the U.S. Use Force in Syria?

Colorado College Professors David Hendrickson, Bob Lee and Dennis Showalter talk about the current situation in Syria.
The discussion happens Thu., September 5, 2013, 12:15 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. The public is welcome to attend.
8:32 am
Thu July 18, 2013

Pitch Drips

A 70 year old experiment from Trinity College comes to an end.
After decades of waiting, physicists at Trinity College have for the first time captured a rare scientific event on camera. 70 years after the experiment was set up, the scientists have videoed pitch dripping from a funnel. The experiment was begun by a colleague of Nobel Prize winner Ernest Walton in the physics department of Trinity in 1944.
11:54 pm
Sat July 6, 2013

Fire Chief Reports 2 Dead In Crash At San Francisco Airport

The San Francisco fire chief says two people died Saturday in the crash-landing at San Francisco International Airport of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 from Seoul, South Korea.
A Boeing 777 that news outlets say was inbound from Seoul, South Korea, is on the tarmac at San Francisco International Airport with smoke billowing from its fuselage. It appears the jet broken into at least two large pieces. We'll have more as the news comes in.
11:11 pm
Thu May 23, 2013

Gazette Reporter Featured on Democracy Now!

Other than Honorable: Army Strips Benefits of Wounded Veterans by Kicking Them Out for Misconduct
A new investigation by the Colorado Springs Gazette says the U.S. Army is downsizing from a decade of war by increasingly kicking out soldiers, including wounded combat veterans. Despite serving multiple tours of duty, the wounded soldiers lose their medical care and other benefits for life.