Update: Denver Daily News publisher Kristie Hannon has been swamped with messages since word broke that the paper will cease publication just over ten years after its debut. However, she took the time to take part in a detailed Q&A about the decision.
Front page below.The Denver Post isn't exactly known as a laugh-out-loud publication. But there are plenty of people at the paper with a great sense of humor, and we've got proof courtesy of a satirical front page produced as a goodbye gift to editorial page editor Dan Haley, who left the Pos ... More >>
Dan Haley.The changes continue on the Denver Post editorial page. Shortly after the arrival of longtime metro columnist Mike Littwin and the departure of David Harsanyi for Glenn Beck's The Blaze, editorial page editor Dan Haley is leaving for an unlikely gig -- director of corporate communic ... More >>
Craig Silverman and Dan CaplisI'll be a guest on the Caplis and Silverman program at 3:30 today on KHOW 630 AM. The two lawyers-turned-radio hosts will be discussing the THC/DUI bill that failed to muster Senate approval this week.
David Harsanyi.David Harsanyi was hired as a Denver Post columnist in 2004, eventually moving to the editorial page -- and the bookshelves via his well-read 2007 effort Nanny State. He also contributed to Glenn Beck's Arguing With Idiots -- and he's now on Beck's payroll as a major player for ... More >>
Mike Rosen.Update below: This week, a tipster informed yours truly (and Colorado Pols) that KOA talk show host Mike Rosen had basically copied a 2008 column he wrote for the Rocky Mountain News and republished it in December as a Denver Post piece. Rather than simply running side-by-side exce ... More >>
What's the future for news? Is there a future for news? Those questions, and more, are all up for discussion tonight when Channel 12 presents "Whose News? How Public Media Can Save Our Lives" with journalist Frank Sesno, currently the director of the School of Media and Public Affairs at Geor ... More >>
Michael Bennet.Even as Andrew Romanoff readies for a 2010 run for the U.S. Senate, Michael Bennet, the Bill Ritter appointee he'll be challenging, is upping his public profile. Hence, an appearance yesterday on KHOW for an extended conversation with host Craig Silverman and fill-in yakker Dan ... More >>
Dan Haley.Last year, I wrote a blog needling Denver Post editorial page editor Dan Haley about a piece that took what I saw as cheap shots at the Denver Broncos. In response, he challenged me to make a bragging-rights prediction about the team's record that season. I foresaw a 10-6 finish and ... More >>
Denver Post editorial page editor Dan Haley. Of all the major issues the Denver Post editorial page could have chosen to address today, Broncos QB Jay Cutler's maturity, or lack thereof, is among the least important in the cosmic scheme of things. As a result, "The Denver Broncos Deserve a Winner, ... More >>
Garrison Keillor. An editor's note by editorial-page editor Dan Haley, featured in the op-ed section of today's Denver Post print edition, reads: "Good news from the right, and left. KOA radio talk show host and former Rocky Mountain News columnist Mike Rosen will begin writing his column for The D ... More >>
As pointed out in this morning's Wake-Up Call, ex-Senator Wayne Allard has taken a job with a Washington, D.C., lobbying firm, The Livingston Group. But in reporting about this development, neither the Denver Post, which blurbed the item, nor the Rocky Mountain News, which published a slightly lar ... More >>
We all think that our actions have sweeping repercussions -- or at least that's what I tell myself after being admonished by my team of therapists each week. But this time, it seems to me, I really might have, maybe, sort of, spurred last week's sacking of longtime Denver Broncos coach Mike Shanah ... More >>
Like most Denver football fans, I found the Broncos' humiliating defeat to the San Diego Chargers last night to be painful in the extreme. But there's an additional reason why I'm in agony this morning -- and it centers on Denver Post editorial page editor Dan Haley, pictured here. Back on March ... More >>
Bob Ewegen began working at the Denver Post in the early '70s, most recently serving as the paper's assistant editorial-page editor. So his departure from the paper in mid-November should have been a time for tribute. Instead, the paper has responded with near silence, as has Ewegen himself.
Letters from the week of 11/15/2007
For the first time since 2005, the Post's editorial board opines on the front page.
Libertarian candidates would rather not use stunts to get media attention -- but they will if they have to.
A Denver Post reporter mistakes an offhand joke for an actual story.
A page-one story about Bill Owens was wrong. So why isn't the governor angry?