Agreed: Until Albert Manzi, CEO of Prairie Mountain Media, which owns THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland, CO.), is fired for allowing his subordinate, the Managing Editor of THE REPORTER-HERALD, Jeff Stahla, to publicly advocate age-based discrimination, and until Jeff Stahla is fired for publishing an alleged comment in “The RH Line” supporting age-based discrimination a boycott against the parent company of THE REPORTER-HERALD and Prairie Mountain Media, Digital First Media is in effect. 72 more words
Tags » Digital First Media
Age-based discrimination is against the law. For a supposedly professional newspaper to advocate it, to break the law, is inexcusable. If you believe age has worth do not do business with Digital First Media, the parent company of Prairie Mountain Media, which owns, among others, THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland), which advocates discrimination based on age.
It is no longer a rumor but fact: Digital First Media, which owns THE DENVER POST, THE DAILY CAMERA (Boulder), THE TIMES-CALL (Longmont), and THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland), and Gannett, which owns THE COLORADOAN (Fort Collins) have started cutting jobs as an effort to shore up failing revenues. 105 more words
1,833 more words
The worst part about bad “newspapers made this huge mistake” stories is they spend the next week clogging my FB feed. Ugh.
— Chris Krewson (@ckrewson) …