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Denver shooting turns journalists on the job into witnesses for the...

The dramatic transformation from journalists on the job into witnesses for the police in a broad-daylight fatal shooting at a downtown Denver protest took...

On a single day in ‘Gunshot America,’ Colorado was hit twice...

When The Washington Post embarked on a major project to document every instance of gun violence on a single day in America, Colorado wound up the setting for two of...

Colorado Springs Gazette owner launches ‘Denver Gazette’ newspaper in the Post’s...

What's half a newspaper war? A newspaper tussle? Whatever it is, Denver is poised for one. Six years after floating an idea that Clarity Media might relaunch The Rocky Mountain...

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...

An open letter from an early career Colorado journalist Your weekly...

For the first item in this week's column, I'm turning the mic over to Lucy Haggard, a born-and-raised Coloradan and recent graduate of the...

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

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...

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

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...

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

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...

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

"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....

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...
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