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Telling the truth about misinformation

Join the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition, Colorado Press Women and other communications organizations at 6:30 p.m., March 18, for an online Sunshine Week event, “Truth Be Told: The Proliferation of Online Misinformation and Disinformation and What We Can Do About It.” For more information,  click here.  


CPW has developed a resource the general public can use to help sort fact from fiction:  Tips for Spotting Misinformation. Please share with your contacts.

The 2021 NFPW contests for professional communicators and high school students are open for entries. See links under “Recognition” on toolbar.





What’s Happening:

CFOIC busy through pandemic

October 10th, 2020|Comments Off on CFOIC busy through pandemic

Sandy Graham recently took over from Donna Bryson as the CPW representative on the CFOIC board.  She filed this report: During the pandemic, the Colorado Freedom of Information Coalition continues the vital work of keeping [...]

Media engagement efforts continue

October 10th, 2020|Comments Off on Media engagement efforts continue

Prof. Leticia Steffen of Colorado State University-Pueblo, represented CPW during a Zoom meeting of the Open Media Foundation this summer. Prof. Steffen, associate dean of the College of Humanities and Arts and Social Sciences and [...]

Media literacy bill victim of pandemic purge

May 30th, 2020|Comments Off on Media literacy bill victim of pandemic purge

The Media Literacy Implementation bill, co-sponsored by Rep. Lisa Cutter and Rep. Barbara McLachlan of the Colorado House of Representatives, fell victim to the state’s post-pandemic purge of legislation on Tuesday, May 26. Although the bill had [...]

Sandy Nance, 2020 National & Colorado Winner

April 2nd, 2020|Comments Off on Sandy Nance, 2020 National & Colorado Winner

At the University of Colorado-Boulder in the mid-1960s, Sandy Michel decided to study advertising in the journalism school. First, though, she was required to take an introductory newswriting class. Her focus changed: Newswriting was more [...]