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What’s the future for Pulp magazine in Pueblo? Your weekly roundup...

Pulp newsmagazine, as we know it, could be no more. Publisher John Rodriguez, who runs the monthly print magazine that transitioned to digital-only during the pandemic, has taken a...

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

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...

Year in review: Here’s what happened in Colorado’s media world in...

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...

Denver police vs. the press on making scanner traffic secret Your...

Colorado has become a flashpoint in a national debate about the extent to which the public and press should be able to hear communication crackle across...

MEDIA: Why news with a ‘political point of view’ could flood...

Not long ago, I started noticing Colorado-specific news items in an unlikely place: my Instagram feed. These were short video clips with text about the...

MEDIA: A new nonprofit news outlet seeks to cover energy in...

Go to the website of Empowering Colorado and you won't make it past a splash page announcing that it's now an official nonprofit and is reorganizing...

The hedge-fund ‘vultures’ are circling another newspaper chain with a paper...

The vultures are circling again. But I'm sick of the metaphor. It's time for a new one. In coverage of The Denver Post's cost-cutting hedge-fund owners, the caricature has been a vulture, circling dead...

Media: Denver TV journalists show our healthcare system is messed up...

The spotlight is shining on a trio of journalists for KUSA 9News, the Denver NBC affiliate, for the way they've been covering medical bills...

A ‘modern-day book-burning crusade’ alleged in Colorado Your weekly roundup of...

"In Colorado, it’s very real. A modern-day book-burning crusade is underway." That's according to Jim Duncan, director of the nonprofit Colorado Library Consortium, who has been ringing...

A Colorado journalist’s secret: While covering the state Capitol, he was...

In June, I shared a story about a KUSA 9News TV reporter in Denver who went on camera to talk about his personal struggle with mental health...
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