We got a lot of response to our post about the impending departure of Kirk Montgomery from 9News. One reader looked at the situation in the context of the many local TV-news stations that have ditched their entertainment reporters of late -- among them CBS4, which said goodbye to 25-year-veteran Gre ... More >>
Today brings word that Kirk Montgomery is leaving 9News, where he's worked since 2001. And while he's landed on his feet, albeit in a smaller market, the decision of 9News not to offer him a contract is indicative of an ongoing trend in the economically challenged TV-news business that threatens to ... More >>
Denver blog posts run for their lives. The Huffington Post gets in on some hot action when a Diamond Cabaret truck pulls up behind CBS4 reporter Greg Moody during a live feed from a Rockies game. Meanwhile, Denver Frank has localized something called Map of the Dead, which will help you survive th ... More >>
CBS4's Greg Moody doing #2 (teehee). Photo courtesy of Visit Denver.Denver Arts Week ends tomorrow, but there's still plenty of time to participate. Especially if your idea of participation in the arts is pantomiming statues while standing in front of them. Worst case, there's almost certain ... More >>
Michael Ledwitz, the editor and publisher of Denver Magazine, is excited about the recent hiring of Jeff Kass, the former Rocky Mountain News reporter who's currently promoting a book entitled Columbine: A True Crime Story. (Kass recently spoke to Westword about the distinctions between his tome a ... More >>
The most recent cover of Denver Magazine. Channel 4 lost its longtime affiliation with a daily newspaper when the Rocky Mountain News folded in late February -- and the station is apparently trying to make up for its absence with volume. Even before the Rocky's closure, Channel 4 cemented a new rel ... More >>
Today's blog "ColoradoBiz Editor Thinks New Channel 4/Denver Business Journal Series Looks 'Very Familiar'" examines the suggestion that "Beating the Recession," a collaboration between Channel 4 and the DBJ, borrowed its concept from "Road to Recovery," a team effort from Channel 7 and ColoradoBi ... More >>
Greg Moody, Channel 4
KBCO's Bret Saunders is taking on the shock jocks -- and winning.
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