A new location in a new city is one of several innovations at this year’s Colorado Press Convention, to be held April 12-14 at the Antlers Hotel in Colorado Springs.
This issue, “10 Questions” takes a holiday slant, with your own CPA/SYNC2 Media staff. We hope you enjoy this time spent with CEO Jerry Raehal, Membership and Projects Specialist Russell Bassett, Office Manager Jean Creel, Lead Business Development Specialist Judy Quelch, Business Developmen…
In this month's Quick Hitters: Tribune columnist publishes new true crime book, Aspen Times & Historical Society help preserve politics in cartoon form, more news seekers turning to social media sites, tips on avoiding fake news, and postal rates expected to rise by 2 percent come January
Dear Fellow Enemy of the People,
Makes you wince, doesn’t it? None of us got into the business to make friends, but we also certainly didn’t likely get into it to make enemies. We try in our newswriting to provide as much information as possible, with all sides and perspectives represented fairly and accurately, and then let the reader decide. Some are going to love us. Some are going to loath us. We just need to do good work.
It should have been a feel-good moment.
This issue, “10 Questions” checks in with Sheli Steele, advertising manager for the twice-weekly Craig Press. Formerly the Craig Daily Press, the publication has reinvented itself to adapt to changes in both its community and the newspaper industry.
For the first time in a long time, we have the upper hand. Amazon Alexa, Google Home,and Apple’s upcoming HomePod are just the beginning of a revolution in voice computing where you will be able to listen, ask and learn in the home, car, on mobile and your headphones.
CPA adopts code of ethics, encourages public to participate in ethics committee. At its August meeting, The Colorado Press Association board of directors unanimously approved a motion to adopt the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics as CPA’s ethical code.
Five years ago, had you walked through The Gazette’s offices in Colorado Springs and talked with staff, you probably would have come away thinking the paper was in dire straits. The owners had recently gone through bankruptcy, revenue was down and morale was low.
In June, Editor Vince Bzdek of The Gazette in Colorado Springs – and former political editor for The Washington Post – said he looked forward to the company’s new project driving the political conversation in the state “every day, in every way.” The newly minted Colorado Politics digital and…
In this month's Quick Hitters: Scripps endow CU Boulder student investigators with $2.5 million, ACLU honors Greene with 2017 Civil Rights Award, Former Colorado newspaperman’s new company picks up three pubs, News Media Alliance throws celebration for International Newspaper Carrier Day, and NNA ramps up advertising tax fight
This month's “10 Questions” checks in with Corey Hutchins, who manages to keep busy as a journalist for The Colorado Independent online news site, a correspondent for Columbia Journalism Review and a visiting lecturer at Colorado College. He’s also well-known as a fount of information on All…
This issue, “10 Questions” checks in with Wanda Artus-Cooper, vice president of advertising at The Gazette in Colorado Springs. A veteran in the industry with stints at Freedom Communications (corporate senior VP of advertising), Harte Hanks Communications (VP of national accounts), Gatehous…
Salute and farewell to Gary Francis Murphy, former pressman for Rocky Mountain News, The Denver Post & Denver Catholic Register; Ray D. Sanders, 52-year veteran with Lamar Daily News; John Tracy, longtime Golden Transcript newspaperman; and Randy Mack Wren, longtime member of Denver Advertising Foundation and Denver Press Club.
The Colorado Press Association provides many benefits for its members, whether they work in management, editorial or advertising. The attached PDFs are snapshots of benefits for publishers, newsroom and advertising staff, which include links and contact info to find that information.
Every newspaper has a unique story, but some newspapers’ stories might be a little more uncommon. Take, for example, the Colorado Press Association’s newest member, Greater Park Hill News. This monthly publication is produced by the Greater Park Hill Community, a nonprofit neighborhood organization that started in 1961 as the Park Hill Action Committee to fight segregation.
In my roles as the co-owner of a small weekly newspaper — often where people either do their internship or get their first job — and the adviser of the student-run UNC Mirror at the University of Northern Colorado, I get the chance daily to talk and work with young journalists. What I admire about them, along with their talent and enthusiasm and ideas, is the courage it takes these days to decide to pursue a journalism career.
The Coloradoan, like many newspapers, is re-inventing itself beyond a print product delivered to doorsteps and placed in racks, and Jennifer Hefty is at the forefront of that innovation. As the multiplatform coach, she’s responsible for presenting Coloradoan content across videos, websites, interactives, social media, in-person events and beyond. The Colorado Press Association honored Hefty with its Rising Star Award in April.
Ink in the veins. It’s a common expression for passion in the newspaper business. For Brenda Brandt, who was born into the business and has been at the same Colorado paper for almost 40 years, ink may be her life’s blood, but the heart that pumps it beats for her community.
Newspapers are not dying. They’re changing. A recent media survey proves that point. The study — conducted by Pulse Research in June 2017 — shows that newspaper media readership in Colorado is not fading out of existence, but in fact, Colorado has one of the strongest newspaper followings in the nation.
The Colorado and Virginia press associations are pleased to present the webinar, "How to start a newsletter people will want to read," free to our members on Aug. 10 at noon MST (2 p.m. EST). Register now here.
There are numerous ways Coloradans get their news on a day-to-day basis. Some people read print newspapers, some watch TV or listen to radio, others get it from various sources online, or some combination of those. On Wednesday, June 26, the Colorado Press Association will host a webinar tha…
In this month's Quick Hitters: Aspen Times names Laudicina new digital engagement editor, CCM buys and revamps Denver Herald-Dispatch, News Media Alliance honors two Rising Stars in Colorado, The Denver Post earns Edward R. Murrow digital sports reporting award, Heartland Emmy awards go to Denver Post video projects, Facebook and online news publishers work on social media platform project.
For its member publications that made the Public Notice Colorado website possible, CPA now has print and website house ads and banner ads to promote the site in their publications and on their websites. For social media, two short, animated videos are available for member publications to post.
The Colorado Press Association will join the Inland Press Association and Southern Newspaper Publishers Association as a co-sponsor of the 2017 Annual Meeting, to be held September 10-12 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo.
This issue of “10 Questions” checks in with Barbara Hardt, publisher of The Mountain-Ear in Nederland. “Celebrating 40 years in print,” this community weekly located west of Boulder and just eight miles east of the Continental Divide, strives to cover a core market small in size but big in p…
The results from the survey of attendees to the 2017 Colorado Press Association Convention are in, and once again the event was rated highly by respondents. Forty-one attendees of the April convention gave their feedback on all aspects of the event with a majority giving “good” or “great” ra…
Subject lines can seem like an insignificant part of writing an email, but in reality, they can make or break if your email is opened or if it is left sitting in crowded inboxes.
Training webinars are back, and their name has changed from SYNC2 U Online University to PressNext Online University, inline with our marketing strategy to provide thought leadership and facilitate community engagement in print and online. To register, please click here.