Connect and Collaborate Honored by Colorado Broadcasters Association

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 5, 2016

Connect and Collaborate Honored by Colorado Broadcasters Association

Denver, CO --  Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT) announced today that Connect and Collaborate radio show was a finalist for a Colorado Broadcasters Association award for Best Public Affairs Program/Radio in a metropolitan market and received a Certificate of Merit for the submission.

Through KNUS-AM, COBRT was awarded a Certificate of Merit for the Connect and Collaborate report, "Rape Response on Campus - Title IX Workgroups." Producer Tammy Schmidt hosted the show with Denver D.A. Mitchell R. "Mitch" Morrissey and Kathryne Grove, then-Title IX coordinator at University of Denver.

The Awards of Excellence Banquet was held on March 5, 2016 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. Morrissey, Grove and Schmidt accepted the award with current DU Title IX coordinator Jean McAllister. 

Click here for the podcasts of the award-nominated show about this significant issue. Sexual assault can be difficult to discuss, but any positive and well-informed conversation about sexual assault awareness can lead to improved response and decreased incidence. Connect and Collaborate radio is pleased to contribute to this awareness and congratulates our radio team and guests.

The show airs from 4-5 p.m. on weekdays, Monday through Friday at Denver’s Money Talk 1690 AM. The new station was acquired by Salem Broadcasting, which also controls the show’s previous station, KNUS 710 AM. Connect and Collaborate radio show is also available via podcast at www.cobrt.com/radio or a variety of hosts like Podbean, Podcast Addict, I Heart Radio and iTunes.

Colorado Business Roundtable (COBRT) is a prominent advocate for proactive, positive legislation that strengthens the economy and allows businesses to grow and thrive in Colorado and the region. Through strategic alliances with great groups of industry leaders, chambers of commerce, educational institutions and governmental bodies, our goal is to improve the business environment, increase effectiveness, and expand the networks of our partners. Engage online at www.cobrt.comFacebook and Twitter.

Contact:
Tara Alexander, PR Coordinator
Colorado Business Roundtable
303-394-6210
tara@cobrt.com

(L to R) Kathryne Grove, Jean McAllister, Tammy Schmidt, Mitch Morrissey

(L to R) Kathryne Grove, Jean McAllister, Tammy Schmidt, Mitch Morrissey