Radio CMC gets closer to students with second studio at Spring Valley Campus

Radio CMC just got a brand new studio at the Colorado Mountain College Spring Valley campus, in addition to the first one in Glenwood Springs. The radio station has been broadcasting to the Roaring Fork Valley and online since 2011, thanks to students, instructors, sponsors and local partnerships.

The radio station is a powerful tool for Isaacson School for New Media students to create, record and broadcast audio content such as radio shows, interviews, podcasts and music. The two studios are equipped with recording and editing softwares, professional mixing boards, microphones, pre amps and a remote broadcasting kit, so students can master all aspects of radio production.

Currently, Radio CMC has around twenty students actively creating content as interns, volunteers or paid staff, along with many members of the Roaring Fork Valley community and Colorado Mountain College instructors, who also contribute with operations and creative help. They are all involved in the production of a variety of shows about music, news, films, entertainment, life style, business, entrepreneurship and other topics.

White Noise, Box Office Report, Strongly Disagree, Sounds of the Multiverse, Not So Cool Kids, The Mikaela Show,Rusty Metal, L Squad, We’ll Always Have Movies, Chillin’ with Lilian, The Nutty Show, Déjà vu and Firejam Fridays are some of the regular original shows currently on air. Most content created in class by students of the Sound Design classes is also broadcasted on the radio.

With the new studio at the Spring Valley campus, Radio CMC will be even closer to the digital media students, since this is where the majority of the Isaacson School for New Media classes are held. The goal is to get even more students involved with the radio, that features some of the most unique and exciting local content in the Roaring Fork Valley.

Radio CMC is broadcast at 93.9 FM in Glenwood Springs, 102.7 FM in Aspen, 93.1 FM in Basalt and El Jebel, digitally on 93.9 HD2 in Carbondale and online at radiocmc.com. Exclusive content is also available at soundcloud.com/radiocmc. For more information or requests, visit radiocmc.com/contact, or email Lucas Turner, at lturner@coloradomtn.edu.