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A Voice of Colorado No. 1087:

As Digital First Media continues to pursue its business plan of self-destruction and financial ruin by abandoning its basic function as a professional news organization the number of people aware of this blog continues to grow, and the requests for actual news also grows. 86 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 1055:

If you want to post explicit threats and insults, if you want to use obscenities, vulgarities, and profanity, go post on the web site for THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland, CO./Digital First Media) because you are allowed to do so there, because that is their definition of professional journalism, and because that is the standard for all publications owned by Digital First Media. 43 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 1054:

Several e-mails commenting on the lament posted to the web site of a newspaper in northern Colorado that fewer and fewer people are posting comments or responding to comments published to the newspaper’s web site. 64 more words

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Zenith Brass presents 22nd fall concert with Beaumont Brass

Rachel Moulden for Digital First Media

It is a pleasure for Mark Petty to direct the Zenith Brass, a 25-member multi-school extracurricular honors band for brass and percussion students. 501 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 1024:

A growing number of private communications asking emphatically for an alternative to THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland, CO./Digital First Media) because it is no longer a credible, professional, and objective source of news, and because the Managing Editor of record, Jeff Stahla, has made it known that he has no intention of doing his job properly, especially where comments posted to the newspaper’s web site are concerned. 179 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 1015:

A growing number of e-mails from people living in the Loveland, CO.: area, which includes the Thompson Valley School District, regarding the explicit threats allowed to the web site of the local newspaper by at least one person using a fake name against those who do not support higher property taxes supposedly intended for public education. 200 more words

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Podcast on journalism ethics in private behavior

My Current story about journalism ethics in private behavior prompted a podcast on the topic by one of my former American University students. Here’s my “It’s All Journalism” podcast with Michael O’Connell:

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