Two Unique Public Radio Formats Debut Regionally
Denver, CO, February 24/ Public radio licensee Jazz 89 KUVO Denver and KVJZ Vail, formally announces the addition of two new High Definition (HD) program channels to its current jazz lineup, delivering a unique mix of commercial free music and news programming not currently available in the region.
KUVO HD2, with its News, Jazz & Classical format, provides jazz programming 5am to 8am Monday through Friday, a unique variety of innovative news and talk midday and classical music from Public Radio International all night.
KUVO HD3 labeled, The Other Side of KUVO, is an eclectic music mix of diverse music types including, folk, bluegrass, Celtic/World, ambient/chill, electronica, blues, a small amount of progressive country and even a little modern jazz.
For those who don’t have an HD radio, these two channels programming schedules are available on line at www.KUVO.org, streaming 24 hours a day.
The selection of these two unique formats was made after a comprehensive assessment of what public radio programming was not available in this market, and consistent with the stations charter of providing diversified programming to the communities it serves.
KUVO 89.3 FM Denver is also heard in Vail at 88.5FM as KVJZ and in Breckenridge at 89.7FM.
ABOUT JAZZ 89 KUVO/DENVER EDUCATIONAL BROACASTING, INC.: KUVO DENVER/KVJZ VAIL is a Colorado non profit corporation broadcasting Jazz, Blues and Latin Jazz music since its inception in1985. Only a handful of non-commercial Jazz radio stations exist across the United States today. KUVO has retained an international reputation for its dedication to Jazz, Blues and Latin Jazz. The station is an affiliate station of NPR, National Public Radio as well as PRI, Public Radio International. Offices and studios are located at 2900 Welton Street in the historic Five Points District of Denver.
For more information: Carlos Lando, Chief Operating Officer/Program Director of KUVO: 303-480-9272 Ext. 25 or Carlos@kuvo.org.