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April 2019 Newsletter
Like-Wyse Productions Anniversary Party Tonight!

Friday, April 5, 2019, 
6 to 10 pm
Denver Open Media
700 Kalamath Street in Denver

Celebrate Like-Wyse Production's first year anniversary this First Friday at Denver Open Media!

Dance your troubles away with musical acts Wyse, Bella Carlson, Ero, Katarack, and Vinnie T!

The party starts at 6 pm in the upstairs lounge with pizza and refreshments. Network with business pros and get your name out there! The music kicks off at 7 pm in Studio A.
OMF's New Impact Manager

As part of OMF's move to integrate our communications services for organizations working for social change, Laura Trent has joined the Open Media Foundation as OMF's new Impact Manager.

Laura has been involved in strategy and evaluation work for over five years, working specifically to support philanthropic and nonprofit organizations in maximizing their impact. Laura received her Juris Doctor from Charleston School of Law and studied philosophy and religion at Wofford College.

Learn more about Laura and the rest of the OMF team by clicking here.
Strategic Planning
With leadership from the University of Maryland's
DeVos Institute of Arts Management and funding from Bloomberg PhilanthropiesOMF is conducting a restructuring and strategic planning process to ensure we continue to evolve and serve our nonprofit and public sector clients with the most powerful services, training, and tools to impact public awareness and public policy.

Together with Denver Open Media, we are committed to putting the power of the media in the hands of the people, cultivating a new generation of media and civic participation by amplifying underserved voices for equal opportunity.

Stay tuned for more news about this process!
New Radio Station Signals
You may have noticed some changes in the local FM dial. This month, OMF has transitioned Denver Open Media Radio from 104.7FM (a 100Watt Low-Power FM Station) to 92.9FM (a 250Watt FM Translator) and 89.3HD3 (a 22,500Watt HD substation of KUVO). These new signals provide a much larger reach for Denver's only all-local radio station.

We will be testing the new signals throughout April and May, with a re-launch celebration planned for June 7th, the 3rd anniversary of the launch of DOM Radio! Get involved at denveropenmedia.org.

This map shows our predicted new coverage area. Help us map the signal clarity at denveropenmedia.org/map2.
Open Media Foundation
700 Kalamath Street, Denver, CO 80204