Update: Yesterday, we reported about Troubleshooter Tom Martino pleading guilty to disturbing the peace for a domestic incident involving his wife, Holly, last December; see our previous coverage below. After the piece was published, Martino conducted a wide-ranging interview with Westword, going i ... More >>
After Troubleshooter Tom Martino's bankruptcy became a mainstream media story this past September, he pointed out that he had already spoken about his financial woes on his KHOW radio program. Now, he's engaged in similar self-disclosure regarding a lawsuit filed against him by Sheldon Chrysler, a ... More >>
Tom Martino.Tom Martino was once the embodiment of hubris -- a nationally syndicated radio host and local television personality who'd parlayed his reputation as a consumer advocate into a real-estate empire funded largely by Troubleshooter.com, which charges businesses for his recommendation ... More >>
No human feces spotted here -- yet. After several days of stepping over piles of human feces at the properties owned by a company registered to Troubleshooter Tom Martino -- the subject of "Welcome to Hotel Martino: The Homeless Love It, the Neighbors Hate It, an October 30 Westword feature -- I h ... More >>
As media outlets everywhere are increasing their new-media presence, KHOW radio, at 630 AM, revisits the old school via a direct mail magazine that's scheduled to start arriving at metro-area addresses on May 14. The cover boy on the mag's inaugural issue is Tom Martino, who's been down this road b ... More >>
In the August 3 edition of Westword, the lion's share of the letter below is slated to be published. Its author? Consumer advocate and self-proclaimed "troubleshooter" Tom Martino, whose local duties include hosting a weekday talk show on KHOW and reporting regularly for Channel 31, Denver's Fox-TV ... More >>
During his last appearance in The Message in Westword's June 29 edition, consumer advocate and self-professed troubleshooter Tom Martino explained that ending a national syndication deal with Westwood One was all his idea. Here's his original explanation, submitted via e-mail: "I decided that I no ... More >>
Gadfly Mike Zinna disappears from the dial.
More trouble for Troubleshooter Tom Martino.
Do tape delays slow the 24-hour news cycle?
Substance makes a temporary return to the airwaves.
Tom Martino brings his controversial consumer advocacy to Fox.