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Colorado Press Women

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EVENT SOLD OUT – Thriller, mystery & memoir authors to speak Nov. 4

Our popular author’s event  is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4 with a stellar lineup of authors — Lisa S. Hawker, Ausma Zehanat Khan and co-authors Leah Bassof and Laura DeLuca.    Click here for event details.

 

The 2018 National Federation of Press Women Communications Contest is open for entries. Click here.

See ‘News’ feed for reports on recent meetings, including a link to see the entire two-hour discussion at CPW’s Feb. 4 workshop “Restoring Trust in News Media.”  

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Coloradans do well in national competition

October 26th, 2017|Comments Off on Coloradans do well in national competition

Colorado Press Women members don’t enter the professional communications contest often these days, but when they do, they fare well against tough competition – two first-place awards, one second place and one third! Sonja Marie [...]

Fun tour of Pueblo a real mind-changer

August 10th, 2017|Comments Off on Fun tour of Pueblo a real mind-changer

Randy Thurston is on a mission to dispel many of the preconceptions about Pueblo, Colo. When asked about what makes his hometown special, the former Pueblo City Councilman easily can come up with more than [...]

CPW urges Senate hearing on state of free press

July 27th, 2017|Comments Off on CPW urges Senate hearing on state of free press

Colorado Press Women joined the Society of Professional Journalists and 29 other organizations in urging the Senate Commerce Committee to hold a hearing on the state of media in the United States. The committee, which [...]

Talk covers status of Colorado newspapers

May 24th, 2017|Comments Off on Talk covers status of Colorado newspapers

Corey Hutchins came to Colorado Press Women’s May 20 meeting to talk about matters newspapers don’t usually report on. For example: owners who are cutting staff costs and milking the cash out of Colorado newspapers. [...]