To produce a show, many people work behind the scenes to ensure that you are well-informed and entertained. Combining those two objectives isn't always easy. From topic selection to research to question-writing to graphics to guest research and guest selection to guest booking to set design to Press and public relations to working with advertisers and sponsors, there is a phenomenal amount of work to do just to produce a single program.
Over the year's there have been many people helping Aaron - first with his radio broadcasts going all the way back to 1992 and then with his work on television, beginning as a substitute guest host in 1997. Today, a number of people and organizations continue to make important contributions to the program.
Many people at Colorado Public Television KBDI/TV-12 are responsible for different elements of the program and their work is greatly appreciated. Some people work on the set while others do important work at the Station which allows programs, such as "The Aaron Harber Show," to be produced and broadcast. These include the following folks, along with many others...
Aikman, Floor Director
Thank you KBDI!
Now, the people who and organizations which support "The Aaron Harber Show" are numerous and we appreciate everything they do for us. The following is a partial list of the people and organizations who support "The Aaron Harber Show." The list is growing constantly and we hope to update this Web site so you always have current information.
Zachary Adler, Web Site Designer and Webmaster
AMERICAN RESEARCH CORPORATION
CENTRE ENTERTAINMENT, INC.
THE COLORADO STATESMAN
Rick Daily, Esq., Legal Counsel
THE DEMOCRACY & MEDIA EDUCATION FOUNDATION - www.DMEFD.org
MICROSOURCE - www.microsource.com
GOLDEN RUN, LLC. - www.GoldenRun.com
HALE, HACKSTAFF & TYMKOVICH, LLP - Network Legal Firm
THE HECTOR FOUNDATION
INFINET STUDIOS, LTD. - Web Site Design
The Knight Foundation - www.knightfdn.org
Matthew Silverman, Development Adviser
USA TALK NETWORK, INC.
If you have any communication or contact of any sort with any of the above people or organizations, please make a point of thanking them for making "The Aaron Harber Show" possible. Without their support and participation, "The Aaron Harber Show" could not be on the air.
DISCLAIMER -- Please make certain your fellow-viewing friends and associates understand that the opinions expressed on the program are not those of KBDI or USA Talk Network, Inc. In fact, the opinions expressed by the host, Aaron Harber, may or may not be his own as his job requires that he offer opinions and take positions contrary to his guests!
If you know others who want more information about "The Aaron Harber Show," please encourage them to go directly to the Web site you currently are visiting, namely...
To give us your feedback, send ideas, or make suggestions regarding this program or other shows, please send e-mail to: Aaron@HarberTV.com
or call the Colorado Public Television KBDI/TV-12 Comment Line at:
(303) 296-1212, extension 508.
We will make certain Aaron sees your comments and hears about your calls. Don't be shy! And thanks for both watching (the show) and reading (this Web site)!
The Bighorn Center For Public Policy Colorado Public Television/KBDI Golden Run
Johnson Communities The John S. And James L. Knight Foundation
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