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 Colorado chapter of the Public Relations Society of America held a meet-the-press style session yesterday, as PRSA members and students played a game of musical chairs, sitting down at literal round tables for fast, fifteen-minute sessions with actual representatives of the media. Or what pass ... More >>
Photo by Brett Amole.Stephen Keating circa 2003, after he'd just been named business editor of the Post. "Six Major Layoffs at the Denver Post," a blog published yesterday afternoon, noted Stephen Keating among the half-dozen supervisors let go by the broadsheet. However, his affiliation with the p ... More >>
Stephen Keating. Six major layoffs took place today at the Denver Post, with all of those involved in non-union positions. They are: Stephen Keating, the former editor of the Post's political website, PoliticsWest.com, who will continue to work on a project for Post-owner MediaNews Group; assistant ... More >>
The Post's Gang of Four blog is turning into a cyber-soap opera thanks to a pair of melodramas co-starring columnist David Harsanyi.
Tom Martino brings his controversial consumer advocacy to Fox.
Peter Boyles does some fast talking regarding his on-air speculation about the Emily Johnson murder.
Stephen Keating reads from Cutthroat: High Stakes and Killer Moves on the Electronic Frontier