That community college-loving Sara Evans can try to take full credit for the Media on Twitter database, but we all know that it is a collaborative effort among Brian Solis, Peter Shankman, Sara and Denver’s own Melissa Hourigan and Ed Dunigan.
What do Mayor Hickenlooper, Reggie Rivers, Cynthia Hessin, Fred Brown, Gregg Moss, Steve Saunders, former Gov. Owens, Bruce Goldberg, Andrew Hudson, Neil Westergaard, Tom Clark and I have in common? If you guessed something to do with the federal investigation into the Denver Players prostitute ring, well, I can neither confirm nor deny that. But I can confirm that we will all be at the Denver Press Club’s annual Gridiron Show on Friday, Oct. 23.
Joanne Ostrow at the Denver Post gives KMGH/Channel 7 anchor Anne Trujillo the kiss of death by writing a congratulatory 25th anniversary article. In this devolving media environment, 25 is about the average age of anchors, not the length of time they’ve been at your station.
Teach Colorado Republicans how Twitter works (specifically that people can see your tweets even if they don’t “follow” you), and how open communication can be a good thing, even if not everyone agrees with you.