In the Roaring ‘20s, the Ku Klux Klan didn’t just control the levers of political power in Colorado from the governor’s office down to the biggest-city mayor. Klan members also
Inside the News: ‘We Had To Lay Off About Half of Our Staff,’ Says Major Colorado Springs Media Outlet
Call it Bloody Wednesday. “March 15 is going to be a hard date to forget here at Sixty35 Media,” read an announcement to readers from the alternative weekly in Colorado
Inside the News: ‘Fighting to be Seen’ — Colorado AANHPI Community Members Call for ‘Just Local News’
The Voices Initiative is out with a new report for Colorado — this time about Asian, South Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders here and their recommendations for local media.
Inside the News: An Ex-Colorado Business Journalist Will Now Write (and Advocate) for Colorado Business
A longtime reporter who covered the legislature for The Denver Business Journal has turned in his press pass and joined the ranks of those he once covered — taking a
Nestled in the foothills west of Denver, the small Golden Transcript newspaper is the latest to publicly grapple with some of its own haunted history. This week, the paper produced
At the beginning of the first episode of a newly released national podcast called Alphabet Boys, which focuses on Colorado, journalist Trevor Aaronson offers a warning to listeners. “We are going
Inside the News: A Brewing ‘Newspaper of Record’ War in a Tiny Colorado County. ‘I Really Don’t Want To Sue’
A simmering dispute could boil over between Colorado’s oldest weekly newspaper and the local government of the state’s second-smallest county. At issue is two out of three Gilpin County commissioners
In recent years, much of Colorado’s local media scene has embraced a new orthodoxy of collaboration over competition. But the state’s lone billionaire-owned news outlet is taking a different position — and
The monthly Denver Urban Spectrum is one of six outlets in the nation chosen as part of an inaugural cohort of a Black Media Initiative Bridge Project involving audience revenue. “The six-month
A weekly newspaper that has operated since 1958 in the town of Fountain, just south of Colorado Springs, has gone out of business. “Our newspaper printed its last edition Dec.