The Colorado Springs Gazette has plans to expand its presence statewide.
The Denver Post
A flock of journalists, from an array of media outlets, covered a rally of about 100 people at The Denver Post headquarters today, pointing cameras at marching and chanting Post reporters, who called on the newspaper’s hedge-fund owner, Alden Global, to find a buyer who cares about journalism and the community.
Jon Caldara, libertarian activist and president of the Independence Institute, was among a group of Denver Post writers who last month offered up reasons why the paper has an important role to play in Colorado politics, writing that he didn’t want the newspaper to close.
A reporter explains, in 33 tweets, why it’s so important to subscribe to The Denver Post. Please do so.
Veteran Denver Post reporter John Ingold banged out a beautiful tweet storm Monday about why it’s so important to subscribe to The Denver Post right now.
Columnists shouldn’t have trumpeted outlier poll showing free speech is “deeply imperiled” on campuses
The Denver Post has run two guest opinion columns (by a local columnist here and by a syndicated columnist here) relying heavily on a dubious study, financed by the right-wing Koch Foundation and conducted by a UCLA professor, which concluded that “freedom of expression is deeply imperiled on U.S. campuses.”