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Piss and the Rocky Mountain News

13 years ago by Michael Roberts
In the second item of his July 5 column, Rocky Mountain News media critic Jason Salzman wondered if any entries from the late George Carlin's famous list of seven dirty words you can't say on television, first delivered in the early '70s, can now be printed in the paper for...
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Best Correction in the Rocky Mountain News

In January, the Rocky Mountain News ran this correction on page two: "The cover photo of today's Spotlight section shows a snowshoer rather than a cross-country skier." Bet they know the difference now...
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Best Correction in the Rocky Mountain News

In January, the Rocky Mountain News ran this correction on page two: "The cover photo of today's Spotlight section shows a snowshoer rather than a cross-country skier." Bet they know the difference now...
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Friday's Rocky Mountain News will be the last

12 years ago by Joe Tone
It's official: Denver is a one-daily town. The Rocky Mountain News has announced that tomorrow's edition will be the last. From the Rocky's story: The Rocky Mountain News, less than two months away from its 150th anniversary, will be closed after a search for a buyer proved unsuccessful, the E.W...
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The Rocky Mountain News headline of the day

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
Remember the hullabaloo stirred up by a Rocky Mountain News reporter's mega-awkward attempt to Twitter at a three-year old's funeral? Reporter Lynn Bartels certainly does. Earlier today, she posted an item to the Rocky's Live From the Legislature blog about state senator Dave Schultheis getting into the Twitter trend. The...
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Duplicating efforts at the Rocky Mountain News

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
How can the folks at the Rocky Mountain News fill the pages of the paper with an overworked staff that's smaller than it's been in years? One approach can be found in today's edition. A three-column version of "Statewide DUI Effort Snags 569," a piece by April Washington, appears on...
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Best Addition to the Rocky Mountain News

We'll admit it: At first the Rocky Mountain News's new design hurt our eyes, and we couldn't imagine how the paper would continue to fill its "channels" -- those left-hand columns earmarked for chatty tidbits, quotes and "by the numbers" trivia. But the News adjusted some type, we adjusted our...
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Best Addition to the Rocky Mountain News

We'll admit it: At first the Rocky Mountain News's new design hurt our eyes, and we couldn't imagine how the paper would continue to fill its "channels" -- those left-hand columns earmarked for chatty tidbits, quotes and "by the numbers" trivia. But the News adjusted some type, we adjusted our...
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The Rocky Mountain News' zombiefied website

12 years ago by Michael Roberts
In a post today, Allan D. Mutter, a nationally respected press critics who shares his views on a blog dubbed Reflections of a Newsosaur, takes notice of the Rocky Mountain News website -- which not many other folks have done lately, and for good reason. In the piece, headlined "How...
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Stretching Out at the Rocky Mountain News

13 years ago by Michael Roberts
All too often these days, the memos at the Rocky Mountain News concern folks who've chosen to leave the paper or the entire journalism profession. However, a recent pair of notes reproduced below actually focus on more upbeat developments: promotions for folks such as Gil Rudawsky, who's been named Deputy...

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