Cherry Creek North has posted its soon-to-be-vacant Marketing and Communications Director position.
Michael Roberts at Westword confirms that INDenverTimes was only able to hit six percent of its goal of 50,000 subscribers. I knew they wouldn’t get 50,000, but I thought they’d do a lot better than 3,000. Ouch.
Today marks what would have been the 150th anniversary of the Rocky Mountain News.
The former Rocky Mountain News reporters’ ambitious plans to launch a subscription-based online news site to compete with the Denver Post just got harder. After failing to reach their goal of 50,000 subscribers, the projects financiers have pulled out. But business reporter David Milstead hasn’t given up, and he told the Post, “The take-away is that (managing editor) Steve Foster, myself and others who are committed to this venture will continue to pursue the concept, and we are now looking for new backers.” Joey Bunch at the Post has the details.
Linhart PR’s Sharon Linhart has been named a co-chair of the 2009 Girl Scouts of Colorado’s annual Women of Distinction event. As a co-chair, Linhart will help plan the festivities for the annual Girl Scout fundraising program that recognizes outstanding women in the business and philanthropic communities.
Christina Brickley is leaving her position as marketing and communications director for the Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District to form her own PR and marketing agency, C5. The agency, which has already inked three clients, will be located downtown. Brickley’s experience includes positions with Barnhart, JohnstonWells, University of Colorado and the Denver Art Museum.
If you are one of those chumps who spends more than 10 minutes reading a newspaper, help is on the way.