Colorado Public Television Celebrating
COLORADO INSIDE OUT’S 25th Season with Documentary & Screening Event

Weekly Program is Longest Running Public Affairs Show in Colorado

Denver (October 16, 2017) – Colorado Public Television (CPT12, PBS) is celebrating the 25th season of its weekly flagship roundtable public affairs program, Colorado Inside Out, with a one-hour documentary and screening event at the Sloan’s Lake Alamo Drafthouse in Denver on October 26 at 6 p.m. The documentary will premiere on CPT12 on Friday, October 27 at 7 p.m. and will encore at 9 p.m.

Colorado Inside Out: 25 Years, features interviews and archival footage to provide a journey through time for Colorado Inside Out, beginning with the original panel in 1992 when Bill Clinton was elected president of the United States, Roy Romer was governor of Colorado, and Colorado voters passed the Taxpayers Bill of Rights (TABOR).

The film’s screening event, hosted by partner Alamo Drafthouse at their Sloan’s Lake location on Colfax in Denver, will feature a meet & greet in the lounge area at 6 p.m. followed by the one-hour documentary at 7 p.m. and will conclude with an open question and answer session with several of the Colorado Inside Out panelists from throughout the 25-year history. Participants will include host and executive producer, Dominic Dezzutti, original panelist Patricia Calhoun, longtime panelist David Kopel and longtime host, Peter Boyles.

Tickets are available for purchase here for $12.

“We are proud to have met this milestone mark for Colorado Inside Out,” said Kim Johnson, President and General Manager of Colorado Public Television. “This series has consistently provided sharp, bi-partisan analysis of politics, legislation and events that impact Colorado and challenge our perspectives.”

“The history of Colorado Inside Out is really the history of Colorado politics for the last 25 years,” added Dominic Dezzutti, current host of Colorado Inside Out and longtime producer for the show. “We include behind the scenes stories, favorite moments and how the show has made an impact in Colorado. But most of all, we celebrate those who have made these 25 years possible – our viewers and fans!”