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The primaries are over, but the (early) ads are just beginning

Ha! You may think the TV political ads were over for a while. But that’s not exactly true. Here are the two post-primary TV things...

Spending on political TV ads in Colorado tops $12M. Here’s who...

Democratic congressional hopefuls and two Republican candidates for treasurer are joining candidates for governor on the TV airwaves. Political TV advertising this campaign season has...

Screen Time: Big bucks are behind those political TV ads in...

Republican Walker Stapleton, the current state treasurer who is running for Colorado governor, hit the cable airwaves last week and is coming to a...

As seen on TV: Super PAC spending in the Colorado governor’s...

Two Super PACs will advertise heavily on TV in support of Democratic candidates for governor Cary Kennedy and Mike Johnston in the month before...

NEWSFLASH: FCC votes to repeal net neutrality

The Federal Communications Commission, led by Chairman Ajit Pai, voted this morning to repeal 2015 net neutrality rules and thus allow internet service providers...

Wiretap: Trump “threw a fit” when advisers said maybe he shouldn’t...

This won’t surprise anyone who has been paying attention or who saw Bob Corker’s tweet about adult day care at the White House, but...

Republicans at pains to turn FCC net neutrality ruling into shadowy...

The Federal Communications Commission Thursday made an historic ruling in favor of “net neutrality,” which is shorthand for protecting web users from a two-tiered...

Wiretap: Taking on giants in the name of Net neutrality

It's not too late for communications-industry corporate colossi to snatch victory from the widening jaws of defeat, but still... How did a ragtag band...

ICMYI: Koch-millennials’ group tries to school Udall about good Internet policy

  Jonathan Lockwood, state director for the Koch-funded millennials' political group Generation Opportunity, wrote an interesting op-ed for the Greeley Tribune the other day entitled...

Denver TV station pulls biggest political ad order from public site

A company with close ties to Republican Party leaders reserved 1,326 spots in the Denver market this fall, but the station receiving the $740,070 contract removed it from public view when a reporter tried to learn who was footing the bill.