The ChronicCareConnect discount card.The medical marijuana industry in Colorado has been booming since at least last year, with plenty of ganjapreneurs coming up with concepts intended to help them grab a piece of the pot profits. But despite the competition, Chad Bardon thinks he has a uniqu ... More >>
Celebrities get lucky with interviews most of the time. Networks cut down strange content, or if the interview is too weird, they never make it into print. Regardless of studio and agent watchdogs, countless interviews have made us uncomfortable enough to cringe, even if we couldn't pull our eyes an ... More >>
Natalie Tysdal. As noted in a blog published earlier today, Martino TV, the pay-for-play show hosted by Tom Martino, debuted this morning on both Channel 31 and Channel 2 -- and another new program, Everyday, bows this afternoon at 4 p.m., with Natalie Tysdal and Fox 31 anchor Libby Weaver as co-ho ... More >>
Since their debut, Channel 2's new-look newscasts, presented under the banner of "The Deuce," have tried to woo a younger demographic in a number of fairly goofy ways -- including clumsy wardrobe tweaks. During my occasional viewings of the outlet's morning and evening news programs, for instance, I ... More >>
The idea of Channel 2 rechristening itself as "The Deuce" -- a popular slang term for bowel movements -- in a strained attempt to woo a more youthful audience was mighty amusing. Still, even this decision couldn't adequately prepare viewers for the off-the-rails catastrophe that was last night's lau ... More >>
The subhead on the July 2005 Message column "Maniacal," about the web-based television network ManiaTV!, posed the question, "Is ManiaTV! the future, or a new version of the past?" -- and founder Drew Massey argued that the former would prove to be true. "We're shooting to be the Viacom of the Inter ... More >>
Dennis Leonard, in a file photo from last October. Yesterday's blog "Channel 2 General Manager Dennis Leonard on rebranding his station The Deuce: 'It's the shit, dude!' " featured an excerpt from a conversation with the aforementioned Leonard, who also oversees Channel 31 as part of merger that to ... More >>
The Internet-television network known as ManiaTV! has been based in Denver since its inception -- but not for much longer. A press release issued late on January 9 confirms rampant speculation that "the majority of content operations will be moving to Los Angeles, CA." The item goes on to state that ... More >>
Someone stop Amanda Bynes from updating another classic.
Dave Navarro’s chat show is part of a new ManiaTV! strategy to let the pros, not the people, program the site.
When money and fame supersede common sense.
Ed Greene, Channel 4
Grind spins freestyle fun.
Charlie's high-flying heroines kick ass -- but not the sequel syndrome.
This summer's movies could withstand the drought.
Political commercials outnumber political reports on local television.
Even with Jason Schwartzman, Slackers swindles its audience.
Everything you know about the Jamaican bobsled team is more fiction than fact, but the truth is still cool.
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
The FCC's fining of a Colorado radio station is giving broadcasters headaches from coast to coast.
The talking heads are spinning at Channel 7 and Fox Sports Net.
Sportscaster Les Shapiro is rested and ready. But will TV take him back?
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched . . . and watched
With clipped wings, Charlie's Angels fly way too low to the ground.
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad.
Or: How Tony Hawk turned skateboarding into a multimillion-dollar international obsession.
Vic Lombardi, Channel 4
Do yourself a favor and stay home during this Road Trip.
The ESPNing of America is being felt in Denver.
KMGH's general manager gives viewers a piece of her mind.
Local newscasts have plenty of style, but where’s the substance?
A look at who's up and who's down.
Denver's fabulous sports babes still struggle to score in the male broadcast world.