PBS TV station moves studio and offices

KRMJ, the Public Broadcasting Service television station in Grand Junction, will move its studio and developmental team offices to new locations.

KRMJ will relocate its studio from Western Colorado Community College to the Colorado Mesa University campus. Greg Mikolai, a Rocky Mountain PBS producer, has joined CMU to teach courses and work with students on projects.

At the same time, the development team at KRMJ will share office space with KPRN, a Colorado Public Radio station, at 414 Main St.

Penny Mitchell, regional director of Rocky Mountain PBS and manager of KRMJ, said the moves will increase collaboration with the university and public radio. “It’s all about collaboration with higher education and public media.”

KRMJ is one of five television stations in Colorado operated as part of Rocky Mountain PBS. For more information, visit the Web site at www.rmpbs.org.

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