About Us

MISSION STATEMENT
KUVO/KVJZ is an independent, public radio station dedicated to providing distinctive music, news, and information programming which reflects the values and cultural diversity of its listener community.

KUVO/KVJZ is a subsidiary of Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation incorporated in Colorado that includes Rocky Mountain PBS and its public-service journalism bureau, I-News Network.  

Since 1985, KUVO/KVJZ has provided our community with a rare blend of music and news.  We broadcast the very best in jazz, Latin jazz and blues - in addition to seventeen locally-produced, host-inspired, culturally diverse programs.  Music shows are integrated with NPR news, our LOCAL morning program First Take with Lando and Chavis, and special features.

KUVO features live broadcasts of local high school and collegiate musicians, as well as national touring artists, from its Phyllis A. Greer Performance Studio. Throughout the years, we have broadcast remotely from concerts, festivals and community functions.  Live remotes have included several NPR "Toast of the Nation" broadcasts, "Live from Boettcher Concert Hall with Dianne Reeves", Cinco de Mayo, Denver Black Arts Festival,  A Taste of Greenwood Village, and the 9News Stuff For Students Drive.
 
KUVO/ KVJZ has won several national and local awards, including Major Market Jazz Station of the Year (2005, 2006) from JazzWeek Magazine. KUVO also has the distinction of being the first Colorado FM radio station to begin broadcasting in High Definition.
 
KUVO/KVJZ is a subsidiary of Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation incorporated in Colorado. Under the non-profit rules and guidelines set forth by both the state and federal government, Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network, Inc. is governed by a non-paid, volunteer Board of Directors.
 

The Community Advisory Board, per FCC mandate, serves as the voice of the  audience of KUVO/KVJZ,  to ensure the station is meeting its' goals of serving the educational and cultural needs of its' communities. The CAB performs community outreach to create awareness about KUVO and its programming, volunteers at special events and membership pledge drives, and conducts surveys to see what the community wants from its public radio station.

The Community Advisory Board (CAB), per mandate from the Federal Communications Commission, serves as the voice of the audiences of KUVO-Denver and KVJZ –Vail to advise the Board of Directors on the stations’ effectiveness in meeting their goals of serving the educational and cultural needs of their communities.  

If you have any questions or comments for the Community Advisory Board, please send an e-mail to "CAB@ kuvo.org."
 
KUVO Community Advisory Board meetings are open to the public.  The CAB meets on the second Tuesday of each month from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. in the conference room at KUVO Studios, 2900 Welton St., Suite 200, Denver, CO 80205.

 

To view KUVO’s annual financial reports, visit Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network during business hours at 1089 Bannock Street, Denver CO 80204.

For information about the dates of all open meetings, visit the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network's website
 
For KUVO’s audited financial statements, IRS Form 990, and annual report on local content and services, visit the Rocky Mountain Public Broadcasting Network's website