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MEDIA: Bloodbath at The Denver Post— what can be done?

On Wednesday, Denver Post journalists learned the budget ax would fall hard on their newsroom cutting deeper than previous layoffs and splintering roughly a third of...

‘Oh my god,’ ‘heartbreaking news’: Denver Post layoffs hit one-third of newsroom

The tremors rippled out of the newsroom around 3:30 Wednesday afternoon. https://twitter.com/JonMurray/status/974021037556928513 For the newsroom of about 100, that’s a massive cut for a daily...

Mystery in southern Colorado: Who’s going to buy The Pueblo Chieftain?

The Pueblo Chieftain, a newspaper in southern Colorado that has been family owned for 150 years, is in the process of being sold to...

How Colorado’s media gave Russian trolls a megaphone

News outlets in Colorado unwittingly gave a signal boost to sneaky social media trolls created by the Russians to interfere with our 2016 presidential...

In Colorado, newspapers fight to keep publishing public notices by counties

Colorado’s newspaper industry is fighting a proposed new law that would phase out the required publication of county public notices. Proponents of the proposed law,...

An update on campus free speech in Colorado

During last year's legislative session, Democratic and Republican legislators came together in a unanimous kumbaya moment to pass a new law expanding free speech on public university campuses— although...

The Denver Post’s ‘hedge fund Catch 22’ paywall

Last week, Denver Post staffers "rallied around their paper’s new $11.99-per-month paywall, optimistic that the move might bring more resources to a beleaguered Post newsroom," I wrote for Columbia...

An FCC commissioner scolded a local Colorado news outlet for its ‘tacit support’ of...

Here's a doozy. "A pirate radio signal that first shot out across Longmont's airwaves late last year has drawn an unusual, high-level scolding from the...
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