In the last two years, legislation has been introduced in several states to remove public notices from newspapers, which would be a significant revenue-stream loss for many legal publications.
Many Colorado journalists already use CORA as both a noun and a verb. But if you’re not familiar with the state’s open-government laws – or you need a refresher – consider joining us on Sept. 22 for a Colorado Press Association/Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition webinar on sunshine la…
Kicked off by the generous donation of Richard Ballantine, chairman of Ballantine Communications, the Colorado Press Association’s Philanthropic Action Committee is seeking to raise at least $10,000 to help fund the Foundation’s scholarship fund.
Up to four college scholarships and two high school scholarships are available through the Colorado Press Association's Scholarship Program, run by the Denver Foundation.
The Colorado Press Association and Denver Foundation are pleased to announce that the 2017 online applications for journalism scholarships are now available online.