Filed under: Denver Post
A day after CBS announces that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of The Late Show, Denver Post editors run a story wondering who will replace David Letterman.
Filed under: Jobs
Denver’s Boom Broadcast has added Susan Sikora as senior vice president of business development. Based in Raleigh, NC, Sikora will focus on business development as well as new marketing initiatives for the agency and its clients.
Registration has opened for PRSA Colorado’s most-popular lunch program – the annual media roundtable.
Annual Media Roundtable Luncheon
11:30 – 1 p.m., Wednesday, April 23
Comedy Works South
5345 Landmark Place, Greenwood Village, CO 80111
$30 for students; $35 for members; $49 for nonmembers
This year’s media attendees include:
- Vicky Collins, Teletrends
- Kasey Cordell, Senior Editor, 5280 Magazine
- Heather Draper, Banking/Finance/Legal Reporter, Denver Business Journal
- Jim Hooley, General Reporter, Fox 31 and KOA
- Rob McClure, Photojournalists, CBS4
- Barry Petersen, Correspondent, CBS News
- Rory Schmalzried, Executive Producer News Logistics, KMGH-TV
- Kristine Strain, Assistant News Director, CBS-4
- Eric Whitney, Reporter, Colorado Public Radio
- Daliah Singer, Associate Editor, 5280 Magazine
Filed under: Public Relations
The Atlanta Braves celebrated the opening of the 2014 MLB season by … accidentally setting an American flag on fire.
Filed under: Wins
Jill Hamilton and Abigail Kesner have been with SE2 for four and three years, respectively. During this time they have managed significant integrated communications campaigns for public, nonprofit and private-sector clients. Their work has ranged from promoting public health to early childhood education to energy.
Filed under: journalism
The (New Orleans) Times-Picayune apparently has replaced all of its editors with 10-year-old boys: