Thank you for your interest in learning more about 88.7 KCME-FM. We’re proud to serve communities throughout Central and Southern Colorado, and we are grateful for your support.
88.7 KCME-FM is an independent public radio station that broadcasts classical music twenty-four hours a day. Founded in 1977, KCME’s studios were located in a small house near a babbling brook in Manitou Springs, Colorado. In March of 1993 KCME moved its studios and offices to the present location.
Over the years, KCME has grown to the point where it now broadcasts its signal over a much wider area from its transmitter high atop Cheyenne Mountain in Colorado Springs.
KCME has expanded its services to other communities that have expressed a desire to hear the station, with translators serving:
By satellite transmission, KCME’s signal is heard in mountainous areas that would otherwise be difficult to reach and, in the future, KCME expects to broadcast to additional communities. The added ability to broadcast its signal over the internet means that KCME is now heard literally anywhere in the world.
With its studios now located in Colorado Springs, KCME’s operating revenues are derived from membership drives and from the sale of on-air program sponsorship announcements to community-minded businesses, thus assuring that its support comes from the community it serves.
Cheyenne Mountain Public Broadcast House, Inc., via Classical KCME and Jazz 93.5 FM, is a trusted source of quality music and arts content for the people of Colorado Springs and Southern Colorado. We are dedicated to a vital cultural community by sharing the artistic voices of Colorado Springs and the world, through broadcasting, digital platforms and community engagement.
Glenn Goldberg – President
David P Steigerwald, Esq.– Vice President
J. Derrick Norwood – Secretary
Josh Chesebro – Treasurer
Michael Pennica - Member-At-Large
Michael Patrick Greene - Member-At-Large
Board meetings are open to the public. In accordance with requirements of the Communications Act of 1934, 47 U.S.C. 396, et seq. as amended, and certification requirements promulgated by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, as well as our ongoing policy of open meetings, CMPBH publishes the schedule of meetings of its Board of Directors. Information about CMPBH’s open meeting policy is also announced regularly on the air. Unless otherwise noted, all board meetings are held at the CMPBH offices, 1921 North Weber Street in Colorado Springs.
For more information, call (800) 492-5263.
(*3rd Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m. except as noted below)
Kenneth W. Rubel – President
Ron Bliss – Vice President
Cynthia Haterius – Board Secretary
Christa Mahoney - Member at Large
Bruce Smith – Member at Large
Peggy Shivers – Member at Large
The mission of the CMPBH Community Advisory Board is to provide a vehicle for effective community input to the station’s governing body and management about station programming, community service, and the impact on the community from the station’s major policy decisions. The Community Advisory Board connects the community to the station, furthering CMPBH’s commitment as the cultural voice of the Pikes Peak region and beyond.
The Community Advisory Board meets quarterly at 5 PM on the following dates: