Former Denver Post editorial page editor Chuck Plunkett will join the University of Colorado Boulder this fall as director of CU News Corps, a program of the College of Media, Communication and Information.
We sat down with graduate Joy Barber from Centennial, Colorado, for her reflections on her college experience. Barber is graduating summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a minor in English.
Serene Singh, a CU Boulder junior majoring in political science and journalism and minoring in leadership studies, has won a prestigious Truman Scholarship. Singh, who is from Colorado Springs, is CU Boulder’s 11th recipient of the scholarship and first since 2014.
As demonstrated by our statement supporting current and former employees of The Denver Post, CMCI values a free, open and autonomous press. We join colleagues at journalism and media institutions across the country in voicing concerns about Sinclair’s practices.
This is the story of Guillermo "Bill" Vidal, former mayor Denver, and the first immigrant to become a mayor of a major American city. Our crew of student-journalists and professional documentarians went to the island nation on a mission to travel back in time through Vidals' life.
Longtime 9News anchor Kim Christiansen (Jour'84) will be the new female voice of DIA’s “Train Call” announcements. Fellow alumna Anne Trujillo (Jour'11), a veteran broadcast news anchor at Denver 7, was also among the nominees.
The College of Media, Communication and Information at the University of Colorado Boulder will unite journalists, media makers and scholars for the one-day conference titled Rights, Wrongs and Responsibilities: Covering Race in Today’s America. The conference, which is free and open to the public, will be held Saturday, March 10...