Peter Shankman’s HARO has roughly 40,000 subscribers, while PRNewswire’s ProfNet (which requires a paid subscription) has 14,000.
Fox31 morning news anchor Steve Kelley says being laid off was “a shock … it’s like a death.” But, he adds, you can expect him to rebound and pursue other television and radio opportunities in Denver.
Things are heating up between the Associated Press and the News Media Guild, the union that represents 1,400 editorial, technology and support workers. AP journalists and photographers have begun withholding their bylines in protest of what they perceive as the company’s hard line in contract negotiations.
Longmont-based SHiFT has landed Emergenetics as a client.
Many of us who worked in Denver a decade ago remember the fight former Denver Post reporter Kerri Smith waged against obesity and cancer. Sadly, Kerri lost that struggle this weekend. She was 48. Mike McPhee at the Post has the details.