When researchers sought to refresh a stale business model for rural weekly newspapers, they looked for a fearless innovator to thest their findings. Now they’re hoping they can export his success to other small papers, including in Colorado.
Colorado Sun columnist Trish Zornio observes that while the film “Barbie” may depict an over-the-top fantasy world, it’s also the fantasy escape women like her need.
Many people in the podcast world are pinning hopes on Special Counsel Jack Smith’s prosecution of Donald Trump
Drew Litton observes that the national sports media in these NBA playoffs have focused on the Suns, the Lakers — everyone but the Nuggets. Time for them to cram it.
In “What’d I Miss?” Myra’s disappointed that Fox dodged public accountability, but jokes that Tucker Carlson’s departure might fix the network.
It is Tucker Carlson’s GOP as much as anyone’s. Who knows where that takes him or how quickly Fox News can find another like him?
The Dominion payout and Tucker Carlson’s termination are a start, but doubts remain about Fox News.
April 6 marks the 5th anniversary of the Denver Post Rebellion. The leader of that rebellion finds cause for hope.
Most states do not differentiate between the general public and media organizations, and the Colorado draft bill’s definition of the news media would effectively exclude news startups in their first year of operation
While the state has lost some terrific reporters, there are plenty of reasons to believe local journalism will continue to thrive