From Our Companions: Touching Colorado areas to build better neighborhood information There is a home window of possibility for Coloradans to develop a brand-new path onward for journalism

If you pay attention to the news in Colorado, then you already know: There isn’t as much of it as there used to be. Like the rest of the United States, Colorado has experienced widespread newsroom closures, journalist layoffs, vulture-capitalist takeovers, and, most critically, residents losing out on the news Continue Reading

Gardner and also Hickenlooper have twin individualities when it involves TELEVISION ads and also project e-mails A Colorado News Joint evaluation located Colorado’s U.S. Us senate prospects are far more partial in emails, which they lean on for fundraising

A television ad for Cory Gardner last month featured the former deputy director for Colorado State Parks saying the U.S. senator is “one of the few Republicans who fights for green energy.” The spot was titled “Both Parties.” But Gardner strikes a far more partisan tone in his campaign emails. Continue Reading

Rock Beat’s court fight spotlights regional websites as well as e-newsletters run by those who left newspapers Your regular roundup of Colorado local news

As legacy newspapers fade in cities across the country with many of them cutting their print days, shedding staff, and shrinking their circulation areas, some former reporters who worked there will begin to start their own niche news outlets. A city hall reporter might start her own newsletter reporting on local government. Continue Reading