After 149 years and 311 days, the Rocky Mountain News published its final edition on February 27, 2009. As the four-year anniversary of its closure approaches, we reflect on this stark example of the ever-changing media landscape in our own backyard. Join PRSA Colorado on Valentine’s Day as we catch up with four former Rocky staffers who were there […]
For years we’ve read stories about the demise of U.S. newspapers. The closure of the Rocky Mountain News last February just months before its 150th anniversary, is a prime example of an industry in change. From my perspective, I don’t think the presses going […]
Editor & Publisher reports that major papers have added social media guidelines to their codes of conduct for employees. Don’t friend confidential sources if you work at the Wall Street Journal. Don’t engage in “verbal fisticuffs with rivals or critics” if you’re at the Washington Post, […]
CJ Powell interviews Kim Humphreys about the formation and future of In Denver Times.
Feb. 27, 2009 was a sad day for the city of Denver. After nearly 150 years of serving as the journalistic voice of this community, the Rocky Mountain News printed its final edition in the face of a changing […]
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