The front page of today's Denver Post -- the physical version, not its website -- features a note from editor Greg Moore announcing that the paper has been "reordered." Specifically, local news, which previously ran after national and international stories, will now appear in the lead section -- a ... More >>
John Temple has gone Hawaiian.After the Rocky Mountain News shut down in February 2009, Rich Boehne, CEO of the tabloid's owner, E.W. Scripps, promised Rocky editor/publisher/president John Temple a job. But Temple turned it down to pursue other opportunities -- the largest of which turned o ... More >>
That shirt looks kind of Hawaiian, doesn't it?After the closure of the Rocky Mountain News last February, E.W. Scripps CEO Rich Boehne publicly promised a job to Rocky editor/publisher/president John Temple -- but he turned it down to explore other opportunities. Since then, he's consulted a ... More >>
Photo by J. KnightJohn Temple at the February news conference announcing the impending closure of the Rocky Mountain News. This past Friday, the Wall Street Journal gave readers a look at "Confessions of an Organization Man," an op-ed penned by John Temple, former editor, publisher and presi ... More >>
John Temple. It didn't take former Rocky Mountain News editor, publisher and president John Temple long to react to a startling assertion in 5280's intriguing account of the Rocky's death -- that execs at E.W. Scripps, the tabloid's owner, thought the paper might survive if MediaNews Group CEO and ... More >>
Photo by J. Knight.John Temple at the February 26 press conference announcing the impending closure of the Rocky Mountain News. The months between the December announcement that the Rocky Mountain News had been put up for sale and word that it would be shutting down for good last week were filled w ... More >>
John Temple. At staff meetings he's held on Thursdays since the December announcement that the Rocky Mountain News had been put up for sale by its owner, E.W. Scripps, John Temple, the paper's editor, publisher and president, has frequently reassured his staff that a given week would be "boxless" - ... More >>
John Temple. In the February 2 blog "Rocky Mountain News' John Temple Expects Something Related to the Sale of the Paper to Happen Soon," Temple, the tabloid's editor, publisher and president, foresaw an imminent update from parent company E.W. Scripps, which put the Rocky on the block in December. ... More >>
If any press observer thought the fate of the Rocky Mountain News, which was put up for sale by E.W. Scripps almost two months ago, would remain unresolved in early February, he must have kept his opinions to himself. "I think people felt the way you did," confirms John Temple, the tabloid's edito ... More >>
When he arrived at his office yesterday, Rocky Mountain News editor/publisher/president John Temple was greeted by an e-mail letting him know about a report from KOA radio claiming that executives from E.W. Scripps, the paper's owner, which put it up for sale last month, would be arriving in the n ... More >>
Since November 2004, Cause Communications president Jason Salzman (pictured) has written a media column for the Rocky Mountain News; his pieces run every two weeks, alternating with offerings by the Independence Institute's Dave Kopel, whose perspective is typically as conservative as Salzman's is ... More >>
The opening section of Westword's main article about the plight of the Rocky Mountain News, mentions a video of the announcement in the tabloid's newsroom featuring E.W. Scripps CEO Rich Boehne and John Temple, the Rocky's editor, publisher and president. Click above to witness this painful yet in ... More >>
There was plenty of incentive for the Rocky Mountain News to soft-pedal the decision of its parent company, E.W. Scripps, to put the tabloid up for sale on the cusp of its 150th anniversary. But to the paper's credit, editors put the story front and center. As seen here, the cover shot features Jo ... More >>
When it comes to travel, news organizations are asking themselves: Should we stay or should we go?
The Rocky balked at printing a salacious story from an anonymous source. The Post and a political website didn't. Who was right?
A two-week binge on daily comic strips bored this columnist to tears.
The Rocky's veteran broadcasting critic is the latest casualty of the paper's financial troubles.
Attrition has reduced the Rocky staff's size, but it's not happening quickly enough. A buyout targets another twenty positions.
Is the new, smaller Rocky more "convenient" than ever, or a sign of an impending newspaper apocalypse?
What's in a Name?
Fact or Fiction?
From the week of August 15, 2002
The daily gets a facelift
The Rocky's leader believes his paper is a survivor.
In search of the lost boys of summer.
Gene Amole savors the opportunity to document his own demise.