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Boulder Beat’s court fight spotlights local sites and newsletters run by...

As legacy newspapers fade in cities across the country with many of them cutting their print days, shedding staff, and shrinking their circulation areas, some former...

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

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...

In the latest Colorado newspaper sale, ‘vulture’ hedge fund swoops down...

"As vultures circle, The Denver Post must be saved," once wrote The Denver Post's editorial board, likening its cost-cutting, newsroom-gutting hedge-fund owner to a...

MEDIA: Colorado police shoot people more than almost anywhere else— and...

In the span of a week, Colorado Public Radio and The Denver Post, each independent of the other, published big statewide long-form, in-depth investigations into police...

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

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...

Colorado Springs Gazette stamps another ‘statewide footprint’ with a new investigative...

Colorado's second-largest newspaper, The Gazette, based in Colorado's second-largest city, doesn't seem to want to play second fiddle. Within the past three years, the paper, run...

MEDIA: Shotgun blasts shut down Colorado newspaper presses Your weekly roundup...

Readers of The Loveland Reporter-Herald and The Longmont Times-Call didn't get their papers delivered Saturday morning, but it wasn't a storm or power outage that stopped the presses. Instead, it was a...

Media: Colorado Public Radio buys Denverite. Everyone’s excited. Your weekly roundup...

For the second time in two years, the hyper-local for-profit news site Denverite is changing ownership, highlighting a few things: the bleak nature of trying to nail...

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...

Layoffs lash The Denver Post. Again. But this time is different.

If someone were to produce a near-future dystopian film about hedge-fund journalism — let’s call it Layoff Season — a scene about The Denver Post might look like this:...
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