Denver PR Blog


Editors of ‘The Onion’ Coming to Boulder, Denver
January 14, 2008, 12:39 pm
Filed under: Denver, Events, Public Relations
 
Get drunk with the editors of The Onion on your to-do list? Good news! They will be in Denver and Boulder in late January for an audience discussion and book-signing for their latest work, Our Dumb World: The Onion’s Atlas of the Planet Earth, Seventy-Third Edition. And the Denver event includes a 21+ after party where they are sure to answer the questions you so desperately want to ask (What’s The Onion?, Why don’t you ever use any of the press releases I send you?, Do you mind picking up the tab tonight?, etc.)
 
Boulder Event 
Wednesday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m.
Old Main building on the University of Colorado Campus
Contact: Jon Bennett at (303) 492-6165 
 
Denver Event
Thursday, Jan. 31, at 7 p.m.
Neighborhood Flix Cinema & Cafe (co-hosted by The Tattered Cover Bookstore) 
2510 East Colfax Ave. in Denver
Contact: (303) 777-3549
After Party (21+) at Rockbar, 3015 East Colfax Ave. in Denver 
 


Linhart, WhiteWave Finalists for PR Week Awards
January 14, 2008, 8:13 am
Filed under: Awards, Denver, Linhart, Public Relations

PR Week announced the finalists for the 2008 PR Week Awards this morning. Congratulations to Linhart PR for being a finalist for the “Small PR Agency of the Year,” and to WhiteWave Foods for being a finalist for the “Crisis or Issues Management Campaign of the Year.” 



Coors’ Lawyers Working Overtime on Super Bowl PR Campaign
January 14, 2008, 8:12 am
Filed under: Coors, Denver, Public Relations, Uncategorized

The Denver Post has the latest on Coors’ consumer-generated content campaign tied to the Super Bowl (previous post is here). Apparently the Coors lawyers are working overtime to try to prevent another public relations debacle.   



Post, News Report Circulation Drops of 12 Percent
January 14, 2008, 8:11 am
Filed under: Denver, Denver Business Journal, Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News
 
The Denver Post and the Rocky Mountain News reported sharp declines in their paid circulation, largely due to a cutback in their practice of distributing free or sharply discounted copies to boost sales numbers, according to the Denver Business Journal.