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    Default Colorado Public Radio Expands Newsroom, Hiring Nine New Journalists

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    COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO is expanding its newsroom, by hiring nine new journalists, expanding its CPR NEWS staff to nearly 40.

    Commenting on the new additions, Executive Editor KEVIN DALE stated, “COLORADO is a booming state with important industries and issues that need coverage -- from technology to energy to environment to governing. Covering these stories requires experienced journalists. Not just one reporter per beat, but a team of reporters who can delve into important stories with depth and investigative rigor on digital platforms, on the radio, through on-demand audio and through the things we can't imagine yet.”

    Among the new positions being filled are regional journalists stationed in GRAND JUNCTION and COLORADO SPRINGS. Four other positions are being added: morning editor, afternoon editor, enterprise/investigative reporter and digital editor.

    Recent hires have included a new public affairs reporter (BENTE BIRKELAND), morning general assignment reporter (NATALIA NAVARRO) and digital innovations editor (DANIEL SCHNEIDER).

    The expansion is being funded through CPR’s annual operating budget, 95% of which comes from the private support of listeners, businesses and foundations.

    Added CPR President/CEO STEWART VANDERWILT: “The community’s support of quality, in-depth news is driving this growth. COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO continues to deliver on our mission to enrich the community through journalism that people trust, and as a result, the community continues to invest in COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO.”

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