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A KOTO Radio station show, called Voices & Visions, in Telluride, Colorado. Johnny Stevens interviews long time local resident Jim Delpaz, also known as Whispering Jim. Jim speaks of Telluride history, including Bob Demsey, Tomboy Road, weather forecasting, Imogene pass lightning, and the way the bars used to be in Telluride. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical...
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A KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado, radio show, called Voices & Visions. The title of this show is Brian Rapp, a former Telluride Company president, that speaks of his return to Telluride and his life changes. Interviewer is Barry Cook. Recording starts with music. Length is about 27 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records...
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Three KOTO Community Radio newscasts, regarding the big drug busts, made by the FBI, during 1981, in Telluride, Colorado. Under-cover FBI agents were used to discover the suspects that were arrested for cocaine. KOTO news reporters include Jerry Greene, Barry Cook, Rita Robinson, and Nancy Craft. Dates of the recordings are: 5/27/81, 6/1/81, and 6/2/81. Each newscast is about 15-20 minutes long, total recording length is about 51 minutes. Other...
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A KOTO Radio show, from Telluride, Colorado, that took place on January 1, 1988, called the Nurse Bowl Parade with Buddy White and Eileen Dover. The description on the reel-to-reel states: Turn your T.V. to the Nurse Bowl Parade, turn down the sound, turn up KOTO with Buddy & Eileen as they bring you enhanced color commentary and general craziness from a local perspective. Buck Lowe was the producer. The first 8 minutes is music and then Eileen...
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A KOTO radio show, in Telluride, Colorado. Dates of the tracks vary, and most tracks were approximately 1983. Linda Miller on3 or 1984. This is part two of public commentaries and opinions. Total length is about 1 hour 12 minutes. Tracks include: 1. Art Goodtimes on the upcoming election ballad: public funding. 2. Dave Whillaw on the upcoming election ballad: capital improvement fund for a pool. 3. Wayno Urdonas regarding the TELCO half day lift...
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"Captain Jack" (Jack Carey) and Norman Squier are pictured here, after Jack's high-altitude broadcast of KOTO Radio, in 1982, in Telluride Colorado.
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Brian Peters was a long-time DJ, and in the early 1980's, served as a program director for the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado. Exact date of picture is unknown, probably 1980's.
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An article from the Telluride Mountain Journal, dated August 134, 1987, discusses Robert Allen, the KOTO Radio manager, in Telluride, Colorado and the Town of Telluride finance director, Kevin Swain, attending a Grateful Dead/Bob Dylan concert in Oakland.
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A Telluride Times newspaper article, published 11/10/88, that discusses Robert Allen becoming the new manager of KOTO in Telluride, Colorado.
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An article, published on January 8, 1981, by the Telluride Times, describes the changing positions of Gary Duncan, Nancy Craft, and Robert Allen at KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado.
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One of the first Halloween KOTO Radio parties, sometime in the 1980's, in Telluride, Colorado.
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A summer of 1983 interview between Jerry Greene (a KOTO Radio employee in Telluride, Colorado) and Jimmy Buffett picture.
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Ashley Montague is hired at KOTO Radio, in Telluride, Colorado. Exact date of publication is unknown, likely the 1980's, by the Telluride Times.
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A postcard sent out to KOTO Radio listeners, in Telluride, Colorado, features a note from Lynn Rae Lowe and a picture of her. Date: August 1983.
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This Telluride Times newspaper article describes KOTO Radio's news cast team, including Rita Robinson, Gary Duncan, and Barry Cook. Dated February 26, 1981, in Telluride, Colorado.
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This newspaper article is from 1982 and describes Telluride's ninth annual Bluegrass and Country Music Festival. While not noted, the Rocky Mountain News is believed to be the publisher, since John Ashton is the author of the article.
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An article, by Carol Davis, from the Sentinel, written June 5, 1983, describes how the KOTO Radio station, in Telluride, Colorado is staffed.
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A KOTO Radio show, called Voices & Visions, about the history of Wesley R. Nelson, and his family. Nelson was born in Norwood, Colorado, and discusses the history of the San Miguel Valley. Host is Charles (Chuck) Upton. This show aired July 27, 1988. Length is about 32 minutes. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC),...
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The 10th annual Telluride Film Festival seminar is aired live in September of 1983, by KOTO Radio. Length is about 38 minutes long. After the first 16 minutes, there is a cut in the audio to music, but then the seminar begins again. This is an error in splicing the original reel-to-reel that this was recorded from. Supported in part by an award from the Colorado Historical Records Advisory Board, through funding from the National Historical Publications...