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Westword’s sister alt-weekly newspapers are trying to unionize. What happens in Denver? Your weekly...

Staff at two out-of-state alt-weeklies owned by Westword's corporate parent, Denver-based Voice Media Group, last week announced efforts to unionize — leading some to wonder...

‘A little bit of shock’: Colorado Public Radio’s latest expansion absorbs KRCC in the...

In October, when writing about the singular expansion of a particular local news outlet in our state, I said one day we'll all be working for Colorado Public...

‘And so it begins’: Twitter shuts down a fake account that impersonated a Colorado reporter ...

Spoofs. Deep fakes. Disinformation. Manipulated audio and video. We're in for a hell of a near-future when it comes to sifting out what's real...

Congresswoman Diana DeGette slams the latest newspaper mega-merger to affect Colorado Your weekly roundup...

Two months ago, the nation's two largest newspaper chains, GateHouse and Gannett, merged to become a lumbering corporate giant on a deal financed with nearly...

Year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in 2019 Your year-end...

For the first 2020 edition of this humble newsletter-and-column enterprise that began chronicling Colorado media issues in 2015, we review the year and all that...

MEDIA: 📻 How a school-shooting comment got a KNUS host canned Your weekly roundup...

Even on conservative talk radio where hosts sometimes mock safe spaces and PC culture, there are some comments so out of bounds they can...

MEDIA: A rebellion at The Denver Post ‘instigated’ an upcoming film about a national...

Last spring's Denver Post editorial page revolt against its hedge-fund owner, which garnered national headlines and became known in media circles as the Denver Rebellion,...

MEDIA: Colorado TV news warps into ‘propaganda,’ cattle mutilation coverage, disinformation, and more Your...

A local TV station in Colorado this week found news of a video it aired had been warped into "right-wing ‘propaganda,’" which led the station to run...

A question about whether to support hedge-fund-controlled newspapers through subscriptions goes national Your weekly...

Media writer Jack Shafer at Politico doesn't shy away from stances likely to prompt hate-mail. He once wrote how the Newseum, which is closing next month, "deserves to die,"...

A wicked week for the local news business, and Colorado as a case study...

This week, a Grim Reaper was stalking the newsrooms of America's largest local newspapers, dragging a scythe along the carpeted floors, stopping briefly by...
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