Do most readers no longer expect to find longtime newspaper staples in print? Consider that last week, the Denver Post trimmed Doonesbury and other comic strips from the physical paper without causing an uproar. And the response has been similarly modest a day after the Post axed stock and mu ... More >>
The Best in Business awards doled out annually by the Society of American Business Editors and Writers are among the most prestigious in journalism, and a Denver newspaper won an important one. Unfortunately, that publication no longer exists. Yep, the Rocky Mountain News earned the overall excelle ... More >>
In general, the Denver dailies did an impressive job of covering the trial of former Qwest chief executive Joe Naccho (pictured). But while the Denver Post's Al Lewis, in particular, made a strong showing throughout the process, the Rocky Mountain News narrowly bested its crosstown rival, thanks to ... More >>
As pointed out in this blog, the Rocky Mountain News recently offered what was described as a "voluntary separation package" to fifty Rocky employees age 55 and older who have worked at the tabloid for at least ten years. This plan, which is intended to shrink the staff by twenty workers, or about t ... More >>
Rocky trims give veteran stockers the biz blues.
Whatever Floats Your Boat
Community-radio advocates and the Colorado Department of Transportation wind up in gridlock.
The business of writing about business can be mighty profitable these days.
Who on earth would want to work at the News these days? Bernie Lincicome, for one.
During its first week on the air, Channel 31's news demonstrates a little substance and a lot of style.
Denver's fabulous sports babes still struggle to score in the male broadcast world.