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Time is running out for Denver to fund an all-local radio...

Denver’s music and culture scene has boomed in recent years, and the nonprofit media entrepreneurs at Denver Open Media are launching a radio station...

Event notice: A Colorado legislative session wrap up with House Speaker...

  You're invited. Please come. The Colorado Independent is proud to host Colorado House Speaker Mark Ferrandino at its monthly event this Thursday, May 8, a...

TCI Editor Greene on Democracy Now Talks Evan Ebel, Solitary Confinement,...

Colorado Independent Editor Susan Greene appeared Friday morning on Democracy Now with hosts Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez, who are in Denver this weekend for the National Conference on Media Reform and broadcasting from Denver's public-access Open Media Foundation studio. The three discussed the Colorado gun violence that has regularly made national headlines over the last few years and months, including the recent shooting of Tom Clements, head of the state's department of corrections.

Copyright reform warrior Lessig beams down to Denver for ‘wireside chat’

DENVER-- Copyright reform advocates gathered at Denver Open Media Thursday night to participate in a global "wireside chat" lead in live streaming video by Harvard law professor and longtime copyright critic Lawrence Lessig. People tweeted cyberspace questions and comments from simultaneous meatspace gatherings held in all corners of the world. A panel of experts from the University of Denver and the local art world elaborated on their views after Lessig signed off and vanished from the projected web.

Stimulus officials seek help in extending super highway into digital darklands

There are people in Colorado and around the country who don't have access to broadband internet. Worse is that a lot of them, accustomed...

Decision on State Senate broadcasting still in the air

In the long march toward greater governmental transparency in Denver, the Capitol may be reaching a milestone. Senate President Brandon Shaffer told the The Colorado Independent that, despite last-minute setbacks, the Executive Committee, which is comprised of the leaders of the House and Senate, is "down to the short strokes" in completing the deal to finally begin broadcasting floor proceedings from the Senate chamber.