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Layoffs Loom Over iHeart Radio Stations in Denver

8 months ago by Michael Roberts
Rumors of big names on the chopping block abound.
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Inside iHeartRadio Memo Calls Layoffs "Dislocations," Touts AI

8 months ago by Michael Roberts
We've got more details about those who were laid off.
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Will New Sister Stations Denver7, KOAA Downsize?

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Denver7's owner, E.W. Scripps, has purchased KOAA-TV in Colorado Springs, raising speculation that content sharing could lead to downsizing.
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The Colorado Independent is downsizing but not disappearing

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
The Colorado Independent laid off much of its staff yesterday. The Colorado Independent, a state-based satellite website funded by the Washington, D.C.'s Center For Independent Media, is shrinking in order to survive. That's the bottom line according to David Bennahum, CIM's president and CEO, who responded to an inquiry prompted...
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Marty Coniglio on Why He's Leaving 9News

10 months ago by Michael Roberts
Marty Coniglio has forecast weather in Denver for three decades.
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Why Denver Post Staffers Not Targeted by Layoffs Could Still Be Leaving

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
The Denver Post announced thirty layoffs, or nearly one-third of its newsroom staff, on March 14. Just shy of two weeks later, we still don't know the identities of all those who'll be leaving, and that information won't be made official for two more thanks to a complicated system that allows some laid-off workers to "bump" individuals who haven't been notified that their positions could be in danger. But at present, no daily reporters are being targeted, with the layoffs focusing on what Denver Newspaper Guild administrative officer Tony Mulligan refers to as "the second set of eyeballs."
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Denver Post Journalists' Contract Has Expired

1 year ago by Michael Roberts
The company wants the right to outsource newsroom workers.
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Layoffs at 5280, too

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
As publications throughout Colorado suffered declines in recent years, one seemed immune from problems afflicting the journalism industry: 5280. As noted in "Dan Brogan's a Mile High on 5280 ," a July 2007 blog featuring an interview with the aforementioned Brogan, the magazine's founder, editor and publisher (pictured here), the...
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Colorado Sun's Late-Rising Debut: A Serious, Steady Denver Post Flashback

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
The Colorado Sun, a fledgling online news operation that's making its official debut today, may be deploying an innovative blockchain funding model, but in many respects, its initial offerings are more about the past than the future.
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More Evidence Vampire Hedge Fund Won't Sell Denver Post, Other CO Papers

2 years ago by Michael Roberts
Like its sister paper, the Denver Post, the Boulder Daily Camera has suffered layoffs and downsizing aplenty of late. But in the coming months, the Camera will be hiring, sort of. Unfortunately, though, the positions at Prairie Mountain Publishing, its parent company, will come at the expense of the Boston Herald, ten to fifteen of whose employees were given their walking papers last week.

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