KMGH 7NEWS Producer Deb Stanley doesn’t mince words. Send her a request to book a client on the station’s 5 p.m. broadcast and you’ll receive this no-nonsense reply:
“I’m not quite sure how you ended up with my name. I don’t book guests on my newscast at 5 […]
From pink slips to hat tricks, former Rocky reporter turned PR pro Erika Gonzalez sheds light on the ever-changing media landscape. This week she interviews Amanda Faison from 5280.
Like many other publications, 5280 has cut staff and tightened its belt to weather declines in […]
Rory Schmalzried never thought he’d leave Kansas. He was raised in a small town in the northwest corner of the state, went to college there, and got his first career job in Wichita. Then, after 13 years of working at the ABC affiliate KAKE-TV the station was sold and Rory started looking at other options.
Mark Jaffe is currently writing on energy topics at the Denver Post business desk. In his four years at the Post he has oscillated between environment and energy. Mark certainly has a lot of ground to cover since Colorado (and other mountain states) produce an abundance of natural […]
Ed Sealover had journalism in his blood early on. “The noble ideal of being the voice of truth, the recorder of history really called to me,” he says. Born and raised in Annapolis, Md., he went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism in 1995. These days […]
From pink slips to hat tricks, former Rocky reporter turned PR pro Erika Gonzalez sheds light on the ever-changing media landscape. This week she interviews Dan Appleby from KWGN.
The local broadcast news scene has shifted substantially in recent months, with station managers making a variety of moves to cut costs and stretch resources. […]
From pink slips to hat tricks, former Rocky reporter turned PR pro Erika Gonzales sheds light on the ever-changing media landscape. This week she interviews Kyle Wagner of The Denver Post.
You’d probably have better luck catching President Obama at his desk than Denver Post Travel Editor Kyle Wagner. As you read this, the […]
From pink slips to hat tricks, former Rocky reporter turned PR pro Erika Gonzales sheds light on the ever-changing media landscape.
“I lost my job today. In fact, I kinda lost everything I’ve ever worked for.”
That incredibly depressing missive greeted me the other day as I checked status updates on Continue Reading →
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