Update: Yesterday, Denver Post sportswriter John Henderson, in London covering the Olympics, tweeted that an event made him "horny" -- a statement that inspired a vigorous (and mostly negative) debate on a national sports-journalism discussion forum; get details in our original coverage below. Momen ... More >>
Denver PostJim Armstrong, longtime sportswriter for the Denver Post, left the paper this last Friday -- it's unclear if he jumped or was pushed -- after his name popped up in a grand jury indictment targeting a sports-betting operation. Should he have had to leave? That's one subject of debat ... More >>
As noted in "News Flash: Rocky Mountain News Kicks Denver Post's Ass One Last Time," the final Rocky, published today, is loaded with worthy features, including a slew of reminiscences from staffers, many of whose names seldom appear in bylines. But other equally intriguing and heartfelt writings by ... More >>
Rocky Mountain News editor/publisher/president John Temple. Rocky Mountain News editor/publisher/president John Temple has offered his first response to the controversy that erupted after his paper assigned a reporter to create real-time posts about the Wednesday funeral of three-year-old Marten K ... More >>
For tweet's sake. Word that the Rocky Mountain News tasked a reporter with using the Twitter micro-blogging service to provide minute-by-minute commentary at the Wednesday funeral of three-year-old Marten Kudlis has triggered plenty of outrage in the larger journalism community. Prime example: a b ... More >>
Woody Paige said his return to the Post wasn't imminent shortly before conceding that it was -- but he swears he didn't lie. Honest.
Yesterday, the Internet grapevine sprouted some particularly strange fruit involving Woody Paige, the veteran Denver Post sports columnist who put his print career on hold a couple of years back in order to ink with ESPN. A note on a website called SportsJournalists.com declared that Paige "is retur ... More >>