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    Default KUT-KUTX/Austin GM Stewart Vanderwilt Named President Of Colorado Public Radio

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    UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS News-Talk KUT and Triple A KUTX/AUSTIN GM STEWART VANDERWILT has been named President of COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO, succeeding MAX WYCISK, who is retiring effective JUNE 30th. VANDERWILT joined KUT in 2000 from BALL STATE UNIVERSITY's WBST (INDIANA PUBLIC RADIO)/MUNCIE, IN; at KUT, he helped launch the station's news department, the statewide "TEXAS STANDARD" daily news program, and KUTX, which the school bought in 2012 and flipped to Triple A in 2013.

    “COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO is already a leader in the public radio industry and across COLORADO, as evidenced by its statewide reach, strong membership base and dedicated staff,” said VANDERWILT. “I’m honored to have the opportunity to contribute my expertise in content creation, management and fundraising to help CPR further its mission and become an even more vital resource to the COLORADO community.”

    “STEWART is the right fit for CPR and will be a great addition to the COLORADO media scene,” said DEAN SALTER, Chair of the CPR board. “His extensive experience and demonstrated ability to manage and grow a large public radio organization will serve us well. The board looks forward to working with him to expand CPR's engagement with and service to the citizens of COLORADO, building on the solid foundation created during MAX WYCISK's more than four decades of leadership.”

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