Among those hiring this week are the IRS, Poudre Valley REA (Fort Collins), Raytheon and RH Donnelly.
Denver-based Niman Ranch has selected Linhart PR as its national public relations firm to create brand awareness of the company and its products through targeted media relations, community outreach and strategic communication programs.
The New York Times gives a shout-out to Denver’s own Ernie Bjorkman, in which he opines, “I don’t think we’re going to see the anchor people grow old with the audience anymore.”
Today is the last day to vote on PR Watch’s “Falsies Awards,” given annually to “those responsible for polluting our information environment.” Among the nominees: the U.S. Department of Defense, Burson-Marsteller’s Mark Penn, Chevron and China.
In October, the New York Times wrote about papers leaving the Associated Press because of its high price, and today the Times covers CNN’s attempt to cobble together an alternative to AP. Approximately 30 newspaper editors from across the country will visit Atlanta this week to hear the details, but there is no word on whether John Temple and Greg Moore will be two of them.