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.

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Today is KUVO's Ten Dollar Tuesday Challenge .... and your chance to be entered in our Bronco vs Raiders grand prize drawing. The power of you is greater than you realize! Call now 800-574-5886.

Public radio – and KUVO – are based on a very simple model: we try to do something essential and important really well. And then we count on those who appreciate what we do to show their support.

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Jazz Messengers provide ongoing monthly donation of $5, $10, or $15 or more each month. Plus, as a Jazz Messenger your entered into every grand prize drawing, and will be invited to our annual Jazz Messenger party at KUVO.

We charge your credit or debit card or make a withdrawal from your checking account in the amount you specify -- whichever payment method is easiest for you. Your sustaining membership automatically renews each year unless you choose to cancel or change it.  

Today is Messenger Monday.... and we invite you to become a Jazz Messenger,  a sustaining member who makes ongoing monthly gifts of $5, $10, $15 a month or more. Plus, a  contribution today gets you automatically entered in  our Bronco VS Raiders Grand Prize Drawing. You could win FOUR Club seats, and VIP Parking for the January 1st game! 

During our Fall Pledge Drive consider adding the 2016 KUVO Sonny Rollins gear to your collection, a gift for you for support KUVO. Theodore Walter Rollins, Sonny Rollins, born on September 7, 1930 in New York City,  grew up in Harlem not far from the Savoy Ballroom, the Apollo Theatre, and the doorstep of his idol, Coleman Hawkins. After early discovery of Fats Waller and Louis Armstrong, he started out on alto saxophone, inspired by Louis Jordan. At the age of sixteen, he switched to tenor, trying to emulate Hawkins.