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    Default Mike Flanagan, PD Of Colorado Public Radio’s ‘OpenAir,’ Announces Retirement

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    COLORADO PUBLIC RADIO's “OpenAir” PD MIKE FLANAGAN has announced that he will retire on OCTOBER 31st. FLANAGAN’s career in radio has spanned over 50 years, including nearly 15 years at CPR, first as a classical music host in the 1990s and then in his current role as OpenAir PD.

    With this vision, FLANAGAN helped launch OpenAir in 2011 and has played a key role in its growth and development over the past seven years. This included overseeing its move to 102.3 FM in DENVER in 2015 and the expansion north to FORT COLLINS six months later. CPR’s OpenAir – the organization’s new and independent music service – focuses on highlighting bands and musicians local to COLORADO and exploring songs from both past and present artists.

    “MIKE’s contributions to OpenAir and to the local music community can’t be overstated,” said SVP/Programming SEAN NETHERY. “He’s had his thumb on what’s defining new music today from the very beginning, knowledge that crafted OpenAir to be a source of musical discovery for the COLORADO community and a champion for local and emerging artists. We are immensely grateful for his many years of service and will miss the unique energy he brought to the airwaves - and the office -- every day.”

    “Since day one, CPR’s OpenAir has been a safari, designed to take listeners on a wild ride through the songs that defined the previous generations, all the way to what’s making headlines today,” said FLANAGAN. “It’s been an honor to elevate new music, showcase all the amazing talent generated here in COLORADO and manage a passionate, knowledgeable staff. I look forward to tuning in from the outside and hearing how the music evolves.”




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