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Dateline Pueblo: A local newspaper on the brink Your weekly roundup of Colorado local...

In recent years, a hurricane of journalistic wrath has raged around The Denver Post's hedge-fund owner over deep gashes the newsroom suffered from cost-cutting layoffs. Less national attention has focused roughly...

‘News Matters’ documentary will focus on Denver and a crisis in local journalism Your...

A Colorado filmmaker's documentary slated to come out this fall will tell the story of our current local news crisis through what he calls...

More Colorado news outlets got Facebook money. Here’s what it means for them. Your...

Nearly half a million dollars in Facebook money plunked down on six Colorado news outlets this week, part of a multi-million-dollar cash infusion the...

Target: Colorado. New statewide digital news outlet is launching to cover politics and policy...

A new statewide nonprofit digital news outlet with robust but undisclosed funding will launch in the coming months to cover public affairs in Colorado. An editor and a...

How COVID-era Colorado newspapers asking for money say they’ll spend it Also, The Boulder...

The family-owned Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on the Western Slope is the latest Colorado newspaper to ask its readers to give it money beyond paying for a...
Jared Polis addresses a Boulder crowd in 2018. (Photo by Phil Cherner)

Media: Gov. Jared Polis riffs on government intervention to help COVID-battered Colorado news Also...

During one of Colorado Gov. Jared Polis's many public news conferences about COVID-19, a reporter made note of impacts the virus is having on...
Colorado Independent Editor Susan Greene (left) and Managing Editor Tina Griego will team up with the Colorado Press Association and Colorado Media Project to collaborate with newsrooms statewide. (Photo by Alison Cooper)

Emphasizing ‘the work’ over ‘the brand,’ Indy editor explains upcoming transformation Your weekly roundup...

"Write about the media long enough and eventually you type your way to your own doorstep," said the late New York Times media writer David Carr. Fair enough....
Could we one day find local news on our favorite subscription video on demand service? (Photo by Corey Hutchins, filtered by Instagram)

Local news on your cord-cutter video service? A company with a Colorado connection wants...

A company working to create a local 50-state video news network you could watch on something like Amazon Prime, Netflix, or Hulu has a Colorado connection. Todd Landfried,...

Colorado newsrooms unite to cover COVID-19: ‘A pandemic calls for something like this’ The...

You might have heard how the last few weeks have dramatically destabilized the local news industry. Perhaps you've read that from coast to coast, a global pandemic has infected a business model that was already...
The COVID-19 novel coronavirus claimed a round of newsroom jobs in Colorado this week as revenues nosedived across local news balance sheets nationwide. (Image by Tina Griego)

‘We are not immune’: COVID-19 layoffs hit Colorado newsrooms The virus is 'killing local...

The COVID-19 novel coronavirus claimed a round of newsroom jobs in Colorado this week as revenues nosedived across local news balance sheets nationwide. “We are...
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