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Year in Review

Colorado Public Television is passionate about a world that welcomes many points of view and independent thinking; a world in which we have followed our mission with integrity and grit.

As we look back on the work we’ve accomplished in 2012 we want to share a few highlights with you. They include such community projects as:

  • The CPT12 Gives Back program honoring 12 non-profit organizations throughout the year in celebration of 2012, our namesake year.
  • Partnering with the Cancer League of Colorado as their 2012 Media Sponsor with broadcast and online promotions and helping them raise close to a million dollars for local cancer research.
  • Ongoing work on “American Graduate” dropout crisis engagement including hosting a youth voices digital storytelling workshop and town hall meeting with local non-profit partners Colorado Youth for a Change, Environmental Learning for Kids, and GOAL Academy.  
  • Working with local and national non-profits to help magnify their efforts through our media sponsorships of Colorado Gives Day, the Peace Jam Foundation Luncheon, and the Denver Film Society’s Annual Film Festival.
On the programming front we have much to celebrate too!  Every day our studios are abuzz with productions like:

  • STUDIO 12, which featured 2012 specials on Uganda, Rwanda and Sudan and was nominated for an Emmy for its episode, “All that Jazz;”
  • SOUNDS ON 29TH, featuring 20 episodes of CPT12’s new signature music series;
  • COLORADO INSIDE OUT and its annual "Time Machine" episodes that have earned us Emmy nominations for the past five years and Emmy wins for the past three;
  • OUT OF ORDER, featuring episodes with fresh, innovative content collaborations with the Young Filmmakers Workshop and the Center for Digital Storytelling;
  • EDGAR PAYNE: THE SCENIC JOURNEY, the latest in our artist documentary series;
  • COLORADO DECIDES election coverage in partnership with CBS 4; and
  • Colorado Broadcasters Association’s Awards of Excellence for Best Membership Appeal and Best Mini-Documentary.
Our work in 2013 is dependent on your support.

Each and every broadcast minute costs less than $7, a bargain in the television industry and an incredible value as you look at the wide and wonderful world we bring to our Colorado community.

Thank you for your generosity.

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Wick Rowland
President and CEO

P.S. Please remember to submit your online gift by 10pm on December 31 to qualify for your 2012 tax deductions. If you are giving by phone, please call 1.800.690.5234 before 3pm so we can process your gift for the 2012 deadline.  

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Thank You!

Thank you for your support this year – every story you experience on Colorado Public Television begins with you!

Please make a special year-end gift to CPT12.

Your tax-deductible gift will help Colorado Public Television deliver another year of intelligent, insightful and inspiring programs!

To make a gift by phone 24 hours a day, call 1.800.690.5234.

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