Moments ago, during an appearance on Peter Boyles's KHOW talk show (and while surrounded by TV cameras), former Congressman Tom Tancredo announced that he's running for governor...again. "I announced 5 minutes ago my intention to seek the Republican nomination for Governor of Colorado and look forw ... More >>
denverchannel.comSteve SaundersNote: This story has been updated with comments from Steve Saunders. Former 7News correspondent Steve Saunders announced on Facebook on Saturday that he plans to run for the Denver City Council seat being vacated by Marcia Johnson. Saunders, whose father is lo ... More >>
Ed McCaffrey.Veteran radio-and-TV writer Dusty Saunders showered praise on the KOA broadcast team calling the Broncos 12-7 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals (achieved thanks to a big assist from Jesus Christ) -- particularly retired receiver Ed McCaffrey, who joined longtimer Dave Logan in ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Flickr. The just-published blog "Former Enemies Penny Parker and Bill Husted Finding Ways to Co-Exist at the Denver Post" describes the intriguing repercussions of changes at the broadsheet since the closure of the Rocky Mountain News -- and plenty more are on the way. Earlier tod ... More >>
The staffers at the Rocky Mountain News may not be in power positions when it comes to saving the paper, which was recently put up for sale by its parent company, E.W. Scripps. (Read our coverage in the feature article "The Rocky Mountain News is Going Down" and two sidebars, "Five Rocky Stars Who ... More >>
If journalists condemn Bill O'Reilly, he'll strike back anytime and anywhere -- even in the parking lot of a local Wild Oats.
Sports anchors aim to entertain.
The Old Guard
From the week of July 3, 2003
Tom Tancredo is on a crusade to save America -- and he's looking for recruits.
Two CU groups feel burned by a fiery sports column.
Mainstream news offers little to the under-thirty crowd.
Libertarian candidates would rather not use stunts to get media attention -- but they will if they have to.
A local lawsuit against the world's largest radio/concert firm threatens to expose the dark side of the entertainment business.
Denver radio's favorite Internet site is sold to a talk-show host who's regularly attacked on it.
From the week of October 19, 2000
Although Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold were an impossibly horrific act to follow, others gave it a shot.
Sports-talk radio host Scott Hastings is riding the Broncos—and his wild image—all the way to the bank.
Local TV news stations have a 'copter clash.
The toughest executive in Denver radio pleads his case.