Carolyne Heldman

Executive Director/Host - CrossCurrents

Raised in Aspen, Colorado, Carolyne graduated with honors from the University of California at Santa Barbara as a theater and film student. After a few years as a DJ in commercial radio, Carolyne moved to NYC and was the second of the new wave of VJs hired at MTV Networks. She lived the fast life in New York as an MTV television personality from 1986-1988 before returning to the mountains. She then lived in Boulder, Colorado and worked for Prime Sports Network on a mountain bike television show, The Fat Tire Journal and hosted and produced special segments for Bob Beattie's long running TV show, Ski World on ESPN. She moved back to the Aspen area in 1995 with her husband to start a family. Carolyne was the Station Manager for the Aspen Skiing Company's television station, Channel 16, producing and directing the award-winning, live morning show, Aspen Today for 3 years. She then returned to radio, hosting the morning show on local radio station KSNO. Carolyne began as the Program Director at APR in 2008. She became Executive Director of Aspen Public Radio in 2013.

Ways To Connect

It's that time of year, again - the run-up to the Oscars.

Laura Thielen and George Eldred, Co-Directors of AspenFilm, join us to talk about the Academy screenings.

Stars on Aspen Ice with the Revolution Skating Club, featuring Olympian and Aspenite Jeremy Abbott, along with Peggy Behr of the Revolution Skating Club.

Tickets and more information: click here.

Aspen Mentorship and Networking Program with Skippy Mesirow, Kimbo Brown-Scirato and Mike Jahn.

Also Kent Reed and Tom Egan on this Sunday's Holiday Stories at the Aspen Community Church produced by the Hudson Reed Ensemble.

Dear Listeners and Members,

We are excited to announce a new program schedule launching December 1st with a slew of programs we believe will please fervent listeners and new audiences alike. The new schedule will include public radio favorites like the TED Radio Hour, The Moth and All Songs Considered plus some great new shows like America's Test Kitchen with Cook's Illustrated editor Chris Kimball and To The Best of Our Knowledge.

The new lineup will include the NPR/WBUR collaboration, Here & Now with Robin Young and Jason Hobson at noon.

Alya Howe, local dancer and co-curator of the Salon at Justice Snows. Alya is an award-winning dancer and choreographer who’s performed around the world.

Off season binge TV viewing and pop culture review with Laura Thielen, Artistic Director of Aspen Film and Stewart Oksenhorn, Arts Editor of the Aspen Times.

Literature Out Loud is a program of storytelling for adults presented by the Pitkin County Library. Guests are Janice Estey, Program coordinator and Lee Sullivan, a local actor and frequent reader at Literature Out Loud.

Aspen Community Theatre's fall production of "The Producers" takes the stage this week and next. Director Wendy Moore and star Bob Moore talk about the show and their experiences working together on the production as husband and wife.

www.aspencommunitytheatre.com/

Ballot Issues 4C and 4D - the proposed Crown Mountain Recreation Center in the mid valley. Amy Conrardi, board member of the Crown Mountain Rec Center and a proponent of the center. Katie Schwoerer, former Basalt City Council member, is on the issue committee No on 4C/4D will discuss the center.

Gordon Bronson and Michael Edinger, founders of Hub Aspen, a business incubator space they are hoping to launch in downtown Aspen.

www.hubaspen.com

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