Denver PR Blog

Great Moments in Journalism, Opening Day Edition
April 6, 2018, 8:40 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Public Relations

Today’s Denver Post features an Opening Day article on the Colorado … Phillies?

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Update: The Denver Post has acknowledged the photo mistake.

Who Took the Latest Denver Post Buyout?
June 27, 2016, 9:30 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Jobs, Public Relations

As usual, it is Michael Roberts at Westword who has the most comprehensive information:

Jim Bates
Suzanne Brown
Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
Vince Carroll
Peter Dettmann
Neil Devlin
Sev Galvan
Carlos Illescas
Eric Lutzens
Meghan Lyden
Vickie Makings
Cyrus McCrimmon
Vikki Migoya
Irv Moss
David Olinger
Joanne Ostrow
Bill Porter
Ray Rinaldi
Steve Shultz
Jordan Steffen

Colacioppo Named Denver Post Editor
May 31, 2016, 7:24 pm
Filed under: Denver Post, Public Relations

Congratulations to Lee Ann Colacioppo, who today was named editor of The Denver Post. She is the first woman to be named to that position in the paper’s 124-year history.

Denver Post Seeks to Eliminate Another 20 Percent in Latest Buyouts
April 29, 2016, 9:13 am
Filed under: Denver Post, Layoffs, Public Relations

Greg Avery at the Denver Business Journal reports that The Denver Post wants to eliminate another 20 percent of its newsroom – 26 positions – in the latest round of buyouts, the second in just 12 months.

A great city needs great media holding it accountable. If you’d like to help stop the bleeding, you can subscribe to The Denver Post.

Hughes Named Director of Denver Post TV
September 22, 2014, 7:43 am
Filed under: Denver Post

Former CBS4 anchor Molly Hughes has been named director of Denver Post TV, the newspaper’s online video platform. Hughes has spent the past several years as a speech and media coach, and her role at Denver Post TV will include “helping newspaper folks improve their on-air presence,” according to Post editor Greg Moore.

Joanne Ostrow Giveth, and Taketh Away
May 5, 2014, 4:26 pm
Filed under: Denver Post, KUSA

Following her puff piece on 9News Vice President of News Patti Dennis last month, Denver Post media critic Joanne Ostrow went completely the other direction today when she called out 9News photojournalist Brian Willie for his conflict of interest in serving as a family spokesman in an incident 9News was actively covering. Her lede:

Question: According to journalism ethics, when is it proper for a TV station employee to serve as a spokesperson on a news story the TV station is covering?

Answer: After that employee leaves the media job.

Great Moments in Journalism
April 11, 2014, 9:44 am
Filed under: Denver Post

A day after CBS announces that Stephen Colbert will replace David Letterman as host of The Late Show, Denver Post editors run a story wondering who will replace David Letterman.

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