Charles Chaput.Denver-based Archbishop Charles Chaput better watch out next time he plays Call of Duty online. Why? A lot of gamers are gunning for him in the wake of an editorial in which he criticized the U.S. Supreme Court for striking down a California law meant to protect minors from vi ... More >>
Last January, we looked at the high stakes for NetDevil, a Louisville game developer chosen to build LEGO Universe, a massively multiplayer online game based on LEGO bricks. Building a successful MMO can be risky, and NetDevil's previous attempt had fizzled. But judging from LEGO Universe's r ... More >>
DJ HeroDenverite Brian Crecente is sort of the Rupert Murdoch of video games. As the editor-in-chief of the influential video game blog Kotaku, Crecente, a former Rocky Mountain News scribe, was recently named of the twenty most influential people in the video-game industry by GamePro magazin ... More >>
There's no word yet on whether a boisterous game of PlayStation will lead to a criminal record for Sean Duffy. Duffy, a 38-year-old former emergency medical technician, was arrested by the Aurora police in December after they responded to his apartment for a noise complaint. They claim Duffy viole ... More >>
Brace yourselves: The tenth anniversary of the attack on Columbine High School arrives this April -- and it will be accompanied by a media avalanche that will hopefully add enough perspective about these horrific events to at least partially offset the pain many locals will feel at being forced to r ... More >>
In a January 21 blog, Rocky Mountain News editor/publisher/president John Temple emphasized that "the grapevine doesn't know what it's talking about" when it comes to the future of the paper, which was put up for sale in December by its owner, E.W. Scripps. Given the silence coming from Scripps, how ... More >>
Media members planning to cover the Democratic convention have big questions for Howard Dean and his crew. Like, what about the food?
The Rocky's veteran broadcasting critic is the latest casualty of the paper's financial troubles.
Attrition has reduced the Rocky staff's size, but it's not happening quickly enough. A buyout targets another twenty positions.
Execs at E.W. Scripps want to shrink the newsroom at the Rocky Mountain News, the firm's flagship paper -- and they've taken a major step toward doing so. Today, staffers at the tab received an e-mail from editor/publisher/president John Temple (pictured) announcing a "voluntary separation plan" tha ... More >>
Reader reviews of the Rocky Mountain News' redesign may be mixed -- but whoa, what's up with the new columnist photos? Who knew that pasty and pale writers could look so damn sexy?! You have to wonder what these wordsmiths were thinking as they stepped in front of the lens. Do I smile? Do I brood? S ... More >>
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Dueling articles about police shootings spur plenty of newsroom fireworks.