Rocky Mountain PBS is marking its 60th anniversary with a Denver Central Library exhibit sharing with visitors its past, while CEO Doug Price, looks to its future.
The public broadcaster is working towards a $30 million capital campaign to fund new headquarters at 21st and Arapahoe streets.
The project, with Rocky Mountain PBS at its core, will ignite development in a neighborhood on the verge of urban revival.
If funding goals are met, RMPBS’s plans include a major new complex containing offices, studios, a theater possibly to be run by the Denver Center for Performing Arts, a “Discovery and Exploration Center” or digital learning lab for inner-city kids as well as an educational campus for the University of Colorado media department.
RMPBS’s plan still requires city approval.
Scott Reiman, local investor, business leader and philanthropist, is proud to serve on the board of directors and support Rocky Mountain PBS.