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Aspen Media Powerhouse

The City of Aspen will soon be putting out a request for proposals (RFP) for the old Powerhouse Building along the Roaring Fork River next to Rio Grande Park.  The Powerhouse Building is the former home of The Aspen Art Museum which will be moving into their new $50 million crib in the center of town.

For a few years now AspenSpin has been looking for causes to be FOR.   We want to be IN FAVOR of something...and we think Aspen Media Powerhouse (AMP) is a great idea.   At this point...Aspen Media Powerhouse is just that an idea.   The video posted below was created by Grassroots TV, the first community owned T.V. station in the U.S.A.   Grassroots has been promoting free speech since 1971.

So check out the video...AMP is still in the "running it up the flagpole mode".  If you like the idea...get involved.   I have been assured that GRASSROOTS TV will be ready to go when the call for RFP's goes out. The AMP is still an idea that is work in progress.   It's not too early to lend your support and to build buzz for the AMP.


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Thanks Andy! The AMP will be a home for free expression, creativity and community connection. It is a project that will always be in progress... continually adapting to community interests and needs. Right now, we'd love to hear from local residents, non-profits, businesses and visitors about how they would like to use the AMP, so we can adapt the vision to fit their needs. amp@grassrootstv.org

July 9, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Masters

AMP- is really a good idea.

July 28, 2014 | Unregistered CommenterAspen CO

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