Tony Kovaleski.For a decade, 7News investigative reporter Tony Kovaleski has been one of local TV's most reliable trouble-stirrers. But starting in January, he'll have a new address: KNTV, an NBC owned-and-operated station in the Bay Area. Kovaleski, who grew up in San Jose, is making the mo ... More >>
In February 2009, E.W. Scripps shut down the Rocky Mountain News, seemingly ending its major participation in the Colorado media market. Now, however, Scripps is back thanks to the purchase of KMGH-Channel 7 and three Azteca America stations in the state, which went on the block in June. Scripps CEO ... More >>
Video below.Yesterday, we shared our surprise that homeless Miss Colorado Blair Griffith didn't get past the Miss USA pageant's first round despite a gusher of publicity, including an appearance on 20/20 two nights before the big show. But she certainly doesn't seem upset in a 9News report ca ... More >>
Update below: KMGH-TV, better known as 7News, is on the block -- and so are Azteca America affiliates in Denver, Fort Collins and Colorado Springs, according to an announcement by McGraw-Hill, the stations' parent company. Officially, the move is part of a "portfolio review" -- but the real ... More >>
Byron Grandy. In today's financial environment, TV stations don't have a lot of extra cash to offer executives. But they can usually afford to shift around folks already on the payroll -- which explains today's announcement about Channel 7's Byron Grandy. As pointed out in the September 2008 blog " ... More >>
In the film adaptation of Clifford Irving’s book, a lying president begets a lying author. Good thing that wouldn’t happen today.
Channel 4 plans to phase out videotape in the coming year. Could the jobs of people who work with it be next?
Checks and Balances
The boxy, vintage Caterham auto beckons the purist with unbridled speed.
If the FCC loosens its rules, will media giants go on a radio-and-TV shopping spree? Absolutely.
Channel 7 readies a new computer system that makes the newspeople behind the scenes all but obsolete.
It never blinks -- even when we wish it would.
There's nothing pretty about the age-discrimination lawsuit filed by a Denver TV veteran.
Colorado's Board of Education is more powerful than you know -- and it would like to get even stronger.