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An open letter from an early career Colorado journalist Your weekly roundup of Colorado...

For the first item in this week's column, I'm turning the mic over to Lucy Haggard, a born-and-raised Coloradan and recent graduate of the...
Ben Rosenthal, second from left, with his sister Ariella, mother Inka, father Robert and brother Adam.

Greene: The hardest stories Colorado has one of the highest suicide rates in the...

Dear readers,  The story of Ben Rosenthal’s death last year is not mine to tell. For starters, I never met the 26-year-old from Marin County, California....

‘Deep introspection’ on ‘race and racism’ at Colorado Public Radio Your weekly roundup of...

More and more, news audiences are learning about the experiences of journalists of color as outlets again grapple with the makeup of their newsrooms and their...

Colorado news outlets got some ‘breathing room’ with federal relief PPP loans Your weekly...

Colorado news organizations were among millions of businesses nationwide that accepted federal money to help weather a financial battering from the COVID-19 pandemic. Data released...

MEDIA: Colorado academics and experts join a battle over the U.S. Global Media agency...

Roughly two dozen Colorado academics and experts are calling for the state's federal leaders to safeguard public funding for open-source technology projects. These important initiatives,...

MEDIA: A new site covering politics and policy, Colorado Newsline, staffs up for July...

With a slogan "Start with the truth" and a four-person journalist team, a new nonprofit newsroom called Colorado Newsline plans to begin covering politics and policy at the...

MEDIA: Denver police want to hear from journalists following ‘some problems’ during protest coverage...

As national press freedom groups turn their attention to Colorado, Denver law enforcement are looking to speak with journalists on June 26 about how...
Welton Street in Denver on the fifth day of protests in reaction to the killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police. June 1, 2020.

‘Silence is not an option’: Colorado newsrooms pledge to combat racism Your weekly roundup...

A slow burn inside newsrooms about the efficacy of objectivity, "both-sides-ism," and a view-from-nowhere approach to reporting burst into a public flashpoint this week. Much of it...

MEDIA: Colorado journalists recount protest coverage while facing pepper balls, gas, and spray by...

In cities across the country, police fired projectiles at journalists covering protests of police brutality and, in some cases, attacked, gassed, harassed, and arrested them...
Damage to Denver Post building in Civic Center on Saturday, May 30, 2020. (Photo by Susan Greene)

CFOIC, journalism groups decry law enforcement targeting of reporters and photographers during George Floyd...

On June 1, Colorado Freedom of Information, Colorado Press Association, Colorado Broadcasters Association and the Colorado Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists...
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