Tina Cartagena

Chief Development Officer

Tina has been a part of the KUVO family since 1990.  During her tenure at KUVO, she has developed the Membership and Underwriting Departments, coordinated all "Live at the Oasis" CD series, helped the station's annual budget reach $1,000,000, and developed the station's website (past and current).  In 2006, KUVO produced "Caliente: Latin Jazz with Eddie Palmieri"; Tina coordinated the national marketing efforts for this successful series.  Tina can be reached at 303-446-7612.

Ways to Connect

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KUVO’s Jazz Messengers are members who provide ongoing monthly donations and receive special benefits in return - including discounts at local businesses, automatic entry into ever station drawing, and an annual Jazz Messenger Party.

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It's Bose Speaker Wednesday, which means you are automatically entered into a drawing to win one of six Bose Soundlink Mini Bluetooth Speakers when you pledge at any level TODAY, February 24, between 7 AM and 8 PM. Six winners! 
 Pledge here or call 800-574-5886. 
 Enjoy your music on the go, everywhere you go. The SoundLink Mini Bluetooth speaker delivers full, natural sound from an ultra-compact speaker that fits in the palm of your hand.

Thanks to the City and County of Denver's Arts and Venues...it's here...Five Points Jazz Festival. This free event  takes place right on Welton Street -- be sure to stop by the KUVO booth close at 29th and Welton close to the main stage. CLICK HERE FOR THE SCHEDULE.

Mr. King passed peacefully in his sleep at 9:40pm Pacific time May 14, 2015 at the age of 89.

The music world morns the loss of the blues legend. Be sure to tune in today on KUVO as we honor B.B. King.

Even with a long list of honors to his name - Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, Presidential Medal of Freedom - he maintained a relentless touring schedule well into his 80s.

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