Denver PR Blog

Minneapolis Goes All Banksy on Police Shooting
July 24, 2017, 3:03 pm
Filed under: Public Relations

Street art can be one of the most provocative forms of protest, and the arts-and-culture-heavy city of Minneapolis has not disappointed:


Fox31 News Director Jumps to 7News
July 18, 2017, 9:14 am
Filed under: Public Relations

In advance of right-leaning Sinclair’s acquisition of Denver’s Fox31, news director Holly Gauntt has jumped ship to rival 7News. Joanne Ostrow at The Denver Post has the details.

Great Moments in Journalism
July 10, 2017, 12:32 pm
Filed under: Public Relations

COHN Earns Gold Award for Healthcare Campaign
June 30, 2017, 7:57 am
Filed under: Awards, Cohn Marketing, Public Relations

The Healthcare Advertising Awards recognized COHN Marketing with a gold award for its work for client Bio2 Medical.


Great Moments in Higher Education
June 29, 2017, 9:48 am
Filed under: Public Relations

When asked by a student reporter to comment on a University of Oregon basketball player being under criminal investigation for an alleged sexual assault, President Michael Schill responded:

“I don’t have any awareness of that,” Schill said. “In any event, I can’t comment on an individual student. What if I was asked by another reporter about you being obnoxious? Would you want me to tell them that?”


Voca Celebrates 10 Years
June 28, 2017, 7:06 pm
Filed under: Public Relations

Happy 10th anniversary to Alana Watkins and her team at Voca Public Relations.


Ummm, what?
June 28, 2017, 9:37 am
Filed under: Public Relations

Food & Wine magazine is relocating from Manhattan to Birmingham, Ala. Stephanie Strom at The New York Times reports:

Hunter Lewis, the editor of Cooking Light, will become Food & Wine’s new editor in chief, replacing Nilou Motamed, who is leaving the company after a little more than a year … said the move to Alabama was partly to save money — Time Inc. has struggled since it was spun off from Time Warner three years ago — but also to give Food & Wine a more national flavor. …

The relocation is a gamble, though. Unlike Time’s other food titles, which cater more to home cooks and those beginning to cook, Food & Wine has developed a following among chefs, wine connoisseurs and restaurateurs. Its New York offices have for almost 40 years been a sort of crossroads for visiting chefs and high-end advertisers like Rolex.