Denver PR Blog


Denver PR Jobs
October 28, 2008, 3:59 pm
Filed under: Jobs

Among those hiring this week are the Colorado Association of School Boards, MWH Global, Raytheon, RES, Starz, Synergy Home Care and Western Union. And if you’re looking to get out of the state, you might consider Advent Solar in New Mexico, the Greater Albuquerque (N.M.) Association of Realtors and Union Telephone/Union Wireless in scenic Wyoming.



Bob Kendrick Out at 9News
October 27, 2008, 9:35 pm
Filed under: Journalism Moves, KUSA

9News anchor Bob Kendrick’s contract has not been renewed and he will leave the station at the end of November when the sweeps end. Details are scarce, but Penny Parker at the Rocky and Joanne Ostrow at the Post have the latest.



Separated at Birth?
October 27, 2008, 7:53 pm
Filed under: Johnston Wells, Uncategorized

Gwin Johnston (circa ~1984), Art Buchwald and Match Game stalwart Brett Somers.



Five Things Every PR Student Should Know (About PR)
October 27, 2008, 7:33 pm
Filed under: GBSM

As a follow-up to our recent post about Generation Y/Millenial career tips, here are five things every PR student should know courtesy of GBSM’s Steven “Steve” Silvers.



Linhart Lands Allon Hill
October 27, 2008, 3:46 pm
Filed under: Linhart, Wins

Linhart PR has picked up Allon Hill, a mortgage due diligence provider, as a client.



Quote (Actually Paraphrase) of the Week
October 27, 2008, 1:30 pm
Filed under: Denver Press Club

“In other news, the Denver Press Club reported record profits this year due to the explosion in farewell parties for Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News reporters.”

–- Cynthia Hessin, Rocky Mountain PBS, during the Fake Newscast bit at the DPC’s 2008 Gridiron Show



Post, News Report Latest Circulation Drops
October 27, 2008, 1:03 pm
Filed under: Denver Post, Rocky Mountain News

And the drumbeat continues. In the latest ABC numbers issued today, the Denver Post reported a weekday circulation drop of 6.5 percent to 210,585, while the Rocky Mountain News saw its weekday circulation numbers drop 6.6 percent to 210,281. Mark Harden at the DBJ has all the details.