Rocky Mountain Community Radio

Rocky Mountain Community Radio (RMCR) is a coalition of non-commercial radio stations in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. Member stations broadcast diverse news and music programming. We gather for an annual conference at rotating host stations.

RMCR collaborates to produce news and enterprise journalism that connects our communities. Check out some of the latest projects:

RMCR is committed to the coverage of issues and public policy and employs a reporter at the Colorado State Capitol. Capitol Coverage by reporter Lucas Brady Woods is broadcast across the Rocky Mountain Community Radio network.

In the Spring of 2022, RMCR hired a new Managing Editor and Producer to help coordinate news journalism collaboration and content distribution through our region. Read the press release.

NEW: Member stations of Rocky Mountain Community Radio (RMCR), have won a combined 52 awards from the Society of Professional Journalists and Colorado Broadcasters Association. Read the press release.

Participating stations include:

  • KAFM – Grand Junction
  • KAJX – Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley
  • KBUT – Crested Butte and Gunnison
  • KDNK – Carbondale, Rifle, Leadville, and surrounding areas
  • KDUR – Durango
  • KFFR – Winter Park, Fraser
  • KGNU – Boulder and Denver
  • KHEN – Salida
  • KHOL – Jackson Hole, WY
  • KLZR – Westcliffe
  • KOTO – Telluride
  • KRCL – Salt Lake City, Park City, Ogden, Provo, UT
  • KRFC – Fort Collins
  • KSJD – Cortez
  • KSJE – Farmington, NM
  • KSUT – Ignacio
  • KUNC – Greeley and Northern Colorado
  • KUVO – Denver
  • KVNF – Paonia
  • KZMU – Moab, UT

To contact the network, email RMCR Board of Directors President Breeze Richardson, executive director of Aspen Public Radio (Aspen/Carbondale, CO) or RMCR Board Vice President Ashley Krest, executive director of KVNF in Paonia, CO.