The only surprise in yesterday afternoon's announcement that Harry Whipple would no longer be in charge of the Denver Newspaper Agency was the identity of his successor: former Denver Post publisher Gerald Grilly, who's coming out of retirement to take the gig. Indeed, the February 26 press conferen ... More >>
If everything had gone according to plan, all television viewers would be on the cusp of finding out if their sets were DTV-ready. After all, the original day for conversion from analog to digital transmissions was tomorrow, February 17. But last week, President Barack Obama signed a bill delaying t ... More >>
Kudos to the Denver Post for belatedly assigning one of its finest reporters, David Migoya, to take on a severely underreported story -- the likelihood that thousands of Coloradans who currently get free television will lose the ability to do so once a switchover from analog to digital TV signals is ... More >>
A sharp-eyed reader noticed something unusual about the February 10 debut edition of "Consumer Shopping Bag" in the Denver Post. The column found "Bag" author David Migoya answering a question about Xcel and tree-trimming from a reader identified as Joanne Ditmer of Denver -- and if that last name l ... More >>
The reorganization of the Denver Post newsroom, teased in this July 6 More Messages blog, has finally been completed, according to an e-mail penned by editor Greg Moore that was sent to staffers late on the afternoon of July 10. The communique, which is reproduced below, indicates how massive this u ... More >>
Since editor Greg Moore arrived at the Denver Post in 2002, his staff has been shuffled more times than cards at a Texas Hold 'Em tournament. For the most part, though, the folks switching seats have been in the reporting ranks. Now, Moore has given several supervisors similar treatment, as he outl ... More >>
The Post moves staffers outside their comfort zones.
David Migoya, Denver Post
From the week of June 5, 2003
Several Post staffers want more colors in their paper's palette.
The Post denies accusations of slanted coverage.
The Denver Post's new editor wants to help the paper realize its potential.
The society columnist for a neighborhood newspaper is the talk of the upper crust.
Dueling articles about police shootings spur plenty of newsroom fireworks.
Are two weekend newspapers really better than four? You do the math.