The demise of Colorado Media Matters in March silenced a progressive organization that tirelessly attacked what it described as conservative misinformation in the media. But there's life after left-leaning advocacy for CMM frontman Bill Menezes. The former Denver Post reporter is now a senior account director for Denver's VisiTech Public Relations, a boutique agency specializing in the tech field. "As a tech journalist, I spent a number of years as a reporter or lead editor for such Denver-based national B-to-B publications as Wireless Week, Broadband Week and Multichannel News covering the same tech sectors and trends I'll now be working with from the PR side," Menezes notes via e-mail. "I've always had a personal passion for tech, and while working on several freelance projects over the past couple of months have found myself drawn inexorably back into it."
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Might as well, now that he doesn't have "Gunny" Bob Newman to kick around anymore.