Rocky Mountain PBS names president as it plans CEO succession

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Rocky Mountain PBS executive Amanda Mountain has been named president and COO of the Denver-based public-broadcasting organization’s parent company, which says she eventually will succeed current CEO Doug Price.

Mountain has been executive vice president and chief marketing and development officer of RMPBS, which includes five TV stations around Colorado, a news unit and radio station KUVO-FM.

As president, she “will oversee the day-to-day operations of the station alongside Price, while also leading the organization’s $50 million capital campaign to build a new public media center in the heart of downtown Denver,” RMPBS said in a statement.

Price — a former banker — has been CEO of Rocky Mountain Public Media Inc. since 2009.

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