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The newsroom mood is ‘pretty dark’ as cuts hit The Pueblo Chieftain Your weekly...

Last year, Colorado's oldest daily newspaper, which at the time was under family ownership, was, like many newspapers around the country, bought by GateHouse, a company managed...

Denver Post’s hedge-fund owner lost a ‘hostile takeover bid’ of the largest US newspaper...

The hedge fund that controls Media News Group, née Digital First Media — also known as The Nothing, and for gutting newsrooms like The...

MEDIA: Shotgun blasts shut down Colorado newspaper presses Your weekly roundup of Colorado local...

Readers of The Loveland Reporter-Herald and The Longmont Times-Call didn't get their papers delivered Saturday morning, but it wasn't a storm or power outage that stopped the presses. Instead, it was a...

Media: Could there or should there be a publicly-funded local news outlet in Longmont?...

It's time to add another local news experiment to test-tube Colorado where some folks in Longmont are proposing some sort of local news operation that...
One Nation, Two Realities: Dueling Facts in American Democracy

Fact-checking can’t do much when people’s “dueling facts” are driven by values instead of...

The Mueller report was supposed to settle, once and for all, the controversy over whether the Trump team colluded with Russians or obstructed justice. Clearly, it...

Media: Why dozens of newsrooms across the Mountain West are partnering to provide ‘solutions...

"Crime and corruption, troubled schools, drug epidemics, natural disasters — the news deals with some pretty discouraging subjects. But it doesn’t have to be...

Reporter let go: ‘I’ll be rooting for The Greeley Tribune’  Your weekly roundup of Colorado...

Recent downsizing is re-shaping another northern Colorado newspaper, this time the Swift Communications-owned broadsheet in Greeley. The newsroom is down a handful of people, from around 13...
Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition President Steve Zansberg, second from right, testifies in favor of HB 19-1324. To his left is activist Pete Kolbenschlag. (Photo courtesy of CFOIC)

House panel OKs bill to thwart lawsuits that stifle free speech Anti-SLAPP measure would...

A bill that would protect Coloradans from meritless lawsuits intended to silence criticism won approval Tuesday in a committee of the state legislature. House Bill...
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Media: One year ago, The Denver Post editorial page launched an uprising against its...

This week last year, Denver became ground zero in a new narrative about the role of private equity in late-capitalist newspaper decline. It was in...

In Colorado’s gun-law debate, one sheriff is willing to go to jail while another...

"We called all 64 Colorado counties for this story," said CNN national correspondent Scott McLean, who is based in Denver, about his national network piece on an issue beginning...