Colorado Public Radio Creates Applied Technology Job

Colorado Public Radio Creates Applied Technology Job
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Colorado Public Radio today has created a position as vice president of applied technology. It has hired Jim Paluzzi of Boise State Public Radio, for the job.
This new position has been created as Colorado Public Radio prepares to move into a 35,000 square-foot, broadcast headquarters. Among a range of responsibilities, Paluzzi will be instrumental in implementing Colorado Public Radio's digital conversion.
He will also provide expertise in using the Internet as a distribution and communication medium for CPR and use technology to support Colorado Public Radio's partner organizations, including the Classical Public Radio Network, a 24-hour a day music service CPR co-produces with KUSC Los Angeles.
Paluzzi comes to Colorado Public Radio from Boise State Radio, where he served for eighteen years, managing the development of KBSU(FM) from a single low-powered station to three public radio networks with nineteen transmitters that reach over half the population of Idaho, adjacent regions of eastern Oregon and northern Nevada.
He begins his new position June 28.


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