OMCE Media & Journalism partners

 
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channel 9 news

Our purpose is to serve the greater good of our communities. We will provide the news and information that people need to function as effective citizens. We will seek solutions as well as expose problems and wrongdoing. We will provide editorial and community leadership. We will seek to promote understanding of complex issues. We will be advocates for our communities.

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Rocky Mountain Public Media

Rocky Mountain Public Media, Inc. is the parent company of Rocky Mountain PBS (KRMA, KTSC, KRMJ, KRMU, KRMZ), Rocky Mountain PBS News, and KUVO Jazz. Rocky Mountain PBS began in Denver in 1956 as Colorado's first public television station. It is now Colorado's only statewide television network, with stations in Denver (KRMA), Pueblo/Colorado Springs (KTSC), Steamboat Springs (KRMZ), Grand Junction (KRMJ) and Durango (KRMU).

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CWEE

CWEE uses an integrated education and employment model that includes comprehensive services to help individuals launch and sustain careers. CWEE’s committed instructors focus on retaining participants and advancing them from one program phase to the next. A participant’s journey at CWEE begins with a comprehensive orientation and one-on-one meeting with a case manager, and includes attending classes Monday-Thursday from 9am- 4pm.

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Emily Griffith Technical college

Your opportunity to graduate debt free and be on your way to a long-term career starts here!  Denver's most affordable tech college offers more than 25 career and technical educational programs to prepare you for a career in health care, skilled trades or creative arts and design.  You can also learn while on-the-job in a paid apprenticeship opportunity that provides you real-world training while earning an hourly wage.  

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KGNU

KGNU is an independent, noncommercial community radio station licensed in Boulder and Denver and dedicated to serving its listeners. The station seeks to expand the listening audience through the excellence of its programming without compromising the principles stated here. 

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University of denver

As a private university located near the Rocky Mountains, we empower students who want to make a difference. Based in south Denver and with over 300 academic programs, we serve about 12,000 graduate and undergraduate students. Our classroom academics, hands-on educational experiences and global learning adventures put students on the path toward lives and careers that will shape the world.

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kuvo

Since 1985, KUVO – an independent, public radio station – has provided a rare blend of music and news. We broadcast the very best in jazz, Latin jazz and blues in addition to seventeen locally produced, culturally diverse programs. Our mission is to provide distinctive music, news and informational programming reflecting the values and cultural diversity of our listener community. Thanks to the free KUVO app and the ability to stream the station live, KUVO has a worldwide listener community!

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Public News Service

To support democracy and promote public dialogue in a rapidly changing media environment, Public News Service (PNS) is a member-supported news service that advocates journalism in the public interest. PNS's network of state-based news services distribute high quality public interest news and information...

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Warren tech

Warren Tech is a premier career and technical education center offering rigorous, comprehensive programs that connect 21st Century academic knowledge to career-focused learning. Experienced faculty work with industry partners to engage students in college-level work and professional projects, offering a springboard to college and career. Students in 28 programs earn high school and community college credit, as well as real-world experience through internships and apprenticeships. Warren Tech develops students who are competitive in today’s high-tech society and a global economy.

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colorado media project

The mission of the Colorado Media Project is to meet the information needs of Coloradans by working to strengthen Colorado’s diverse local news ecosystem. We develop partnerships and programs designed to increase newsroom capacity, support collaboration, and engage community in the journalism that strengthens our democracy. CMP is a grant-funded organization operating under fiscal sponsorship of the University of Denver’s Project X-ITE. Read about our supporters here.


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colorado broadcasters association

Formed in 1949 as a non-profit trade organization, the Colorado Broadcasters Association (CBA) has a long history of service to broadcasters and citizens of the state. Over the years the CBA has provided thousands of dollars for college scholarships, worked to provide public media access to the courts and fought to open public records. Among its many activities the CBA is probably best known for its annual “Awards Of Excellence,” which honor broadcasters’ service to their communities.

Representing broadcasters, both public and private, the association interacts with state and national officials and trade groups to further the business of broadcasting. Its mission, beginning in those early days in 1949, was to “build a stronger broadcast industry.” It remains so today.

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Denver Public Library

Together, we create welcoming spaces where we are all free to explore and connect. We make our resources, services and expertise accessible for all, recognize the inherent dignity in each person, and provide safe places where everyone can be themselves. We foster a culture of exploration, innovation and forward thinking by creating environments that support learning and growth.
 

We are neighbors. We foster relationships, listen and act to build and strengthen our community. We bring people together to share information, ideas and experiences. We work to change practices, structures and policies, and the attitudes that drive them, to provide opportunities for every person in our community to thrive. As we do so, we actively examine our roles in perpetuating inequitable systems. We are accountable to our community, using our resources responsibly. We lead with honesty and integrity, protect privacy and preserve and share the full history of our Denver community. 

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denver workforce

Denver Workforce Services serves as a comprehensive employment and training resource for jobseekers and employers throughout Denver. Having created a strong collaboration with local contractors, we connect jobseekers with needed skills to secure sustainable employment, and we connect employers with a trained and ready workforce.
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The denver channel

We help natives and newcomers navigate the challenges and celebrate life in Colorado so they can make the best decisions for themselves and their families. We will be relentless in providing accurate, unbiased coverage of relevant issues from multiple perspectives. We will approach news through a lens that is reflective of the world in which we live and is presented with heart and compassion. We will rise above the fray and find the human, relatable angles to stories that truly impact the lives of Coloradans.

Above all else we will be accurate, honest and truthful. We understand that we have been entrusted with public airwaves and that we have an obligation to inform, engage and empower the people in the many Colorado communities we serve.

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colorado public radio

Our Vision

CPR informs, inspires and entertains all Coloradans. CPR delivers meaningful news, music, and cultural experiences to everyone in Colorado using the power of the human voice in all its forms.

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