Last week, the Denver Post announced six layoffs -- the sort of downsizing that's all too common at daily newspapers. But many online news outlets are struggling, too, thanks to funding difficulties and more. Against this backdrop, the education website EdNews Colorado is not only growing its small ... More >>
Education News Colorado is as legitimate a news source as anyone could imagine. The site is sponsored by a slew of well-respected organizations, including the Daniels Fund and the Piton Foundation, and its staff includes folks such as Alan Gottlieb, who spent sixteen years as a newspaper reporter an ... More >>
The December 6, 2007 Message column focused on The Jump, an organization made up of former journalists eager to help veteran colleagues who've recently left newspapering to take the next career step. Among those featured was Jump board member Todd Engdahl, a multi-position player at the Denver Post ... More >>
An organization called The Jump aims to assist veteran journalists who've left the daily newspapers, as well as those who fear the end is near.
The layoffs are over at the Denver Post for now, but there are more changes ahead.
Here's something else you won't read about (yet) in the Denver Post. On June 12, Post editor Greg Moore (pictured) sent out a memo to troops revealing that two more employees, assistant city editor Diane Alters and computer-assisted-reporting editor Jeff Roberts (no relation), had been dismissed in ... More >>
The fight is on at Colorado Public Radio, where one high-powered boardmember has resigned, and at the Denver Post, where the bloodletting has begun in earnest.