Once upon a time, TV anchors would reject any attempt to portray them as sexy, seeing such a designation as undermining the seriousness of their profession. But it's the 21st century, bitches, and 7News is actively campaigning on behalf of its staffers to triumph in a People search to find the sexie ... More >>
Big photos below.Even though Facebook is great for sharing oddball photos, many Denver TV personalities aren't interested in playing. Either they don't have a page, or they maintain one that's purposefully dull. But here are some sample shots from folks in the spotlight who aren't afraid to ... More >>
Tim Tebow goes monk.Tim Tebow's teammates reminded him that he was a rookie by cutting his hair friar-style -- appropriate for such a religious young man. And the cut's catching on, at least as a joke: This morning, the a.m. crew at the Wolf/92.5 FM made a listener do the full Tebow in exchan ... More >>
Gregg Moss has come and gone and come back again.Late last year, Jason Martinez, a veteran of KTLA in Los Angeles, was hired as the new business reporter at Channel 9. But after briefly appearing on December 16, he vanished -- and executives at the station decline to explain why. Channel 9 ne ... More >>
A blog yesterday featured a banner reading "It's Coming" that appeared on IWantMyRocky.com, a website started to rally support for the Rocky Mountain News that's currently publishing new items by former Rocky staffers. At this writing, there are several pieces on the home page dated March 13, accomp ... More >>
Yesterday morning, during one of his regular updates on KOA/850 AM's morning-news broadcast, Channel 9 business reporter Gregg Moss talked about a new series of public-service announcements for the automobile industry that would begin running immediately on Clear Channel stations like KOA, as well a ... More >>
CU student journalists feel they were kept in the dark about changes at their publication. Talk about a real-world lesson.
From the week of October 26, 2006.
Business news is falling on local TV.
Bleeped words and dropped balls mark the media frenzy around the suspension of Dan Issel.
Local newscasts have plenty of style, but where’s the substance?