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The Next Frontier

By |2024-06-30T23:34:44-06:00June 30th, 2024|Categories: Club News, Events|

Join the excitement of2025 conference planning Now that the 2024 NFPW conference has concluded and CPW’s invitation to “The Next Frontier” has been extended, it’s time to line up sponsors, engage colleges, identify speakers and specific topics, and organize pre- and post-conference tours for next year’s conference in Golden, Colo., Sept. 11-13. Conference co-chairs Karen Petersen [...]

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Colorado hauls in the prizes at NFPW’s contest

By |2024-06-24T15:27:26-06:00June 24th, 2024|Categories: Club News, Competitions, Professional Contest|Tags: , , |

Congratulations to Colorado Press Women’s entrants in the National Federation of Press Women’s top contest! All six earned awards for outstanding work against 1800+ entries in the tough nationwide competition. They won three 1st places, two 2nds, two 3rds and two Honorable Mentions. The winners and their awards and entries are (in alphabetical order): Donna Bryson 2nd [...]

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Hutchins talks AI in the newsroom

By |2024-03-27T23:37:57-06:00March 27th, 2024|Categories: Club News, Events|Tags: |

By Sharon AlmirallPhotos by Ann Lockhart “I believe AI (artificial intelligence) is absolutely going to play a role in journalism’s future,” speaker Corey Hutchins told Colorado Press Women members and guests in a Zoom presentation on March 16. As the number of journalists in newsrooms dwindles, Hutchins sees a crisis in newsrooms. One example he mentioned [...]

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Authors bring unique perspectives to event

By |2023-11-16T16:03:57-07:00November 16th, 2023|Categories: Club News, Events|Tags: , , |

By Sharon Almirall “If I trace it back, it goes back to 9/ll,” said Jacqueline St. Joan in explaining how she was inspired to write “Shawl of Midnight,” a novel about the strength of Pakistani women living today under medieval laws and the networks they form to help each other. “Every murderer creates his own story,” [...]

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Panel marks Banned Books Week

By |2023-11-12T19:24:09-07:00November 12th, 2023|Categories: Club News, Events|Tags: , , |

By Sharon Almirall “So many people are coming in from outside to try banning books,” Colorado State Senator Lisa Cutter noted at Colorado Press Women’s Oct. 7 event, “Book banning and information suppression: What the media needs to know.” “My perspective is these people are trying to suppress information,” Cutter said at the program attended in-person [...]

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Colorado’s 2023 national contest winners

By |2023-07-01T00:09:35-06:00June 30th, 2023|Categories: Club News, Competitions, Professional Contest|

Congratulations to Colorado Press Women's entrants in the National Federation of Press Women's top contest! They all brought home awards despite the tough nationwide competition. They are: Donna Bryson: Honorable Mention—Web and Social Media-Blog, Personal Julie Estlick: Honorable Mention—Page Design, Magazine or Magapaper Kristen Gilbert: Honorable Mention—Page Design- Magazine or Magapaper  Karen Petersen: First place—Web and Social [...]

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See CPW’s Facebook page for May 6 photos, story

By |2023-05-15T20:19:39-06:00May 14th, 2023|Categories: Club News, Events|

Member Donna Bryson wrote an excellent story accompanied by 28 photos reporting on CPW's water panel and tour of the CSU Spur campus. Find it on CPW's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/32868322303. The panel discussion featured three journalists who cover water issues: Conrad Swanson (Denver Post), Alex Hager (KUNC) and Jerd Smith (Fresh Water News). Recognition for [...]

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CPW members win in 2023 NFPW At-Large Contest

By |2023-05-10T23:24:54-06:00May 10th, 2023|Categories: Club News, Competitions, Professional Contest|

Four Colorado Press Women members won first places with their entries in the NFPW At-Large Communications Contest, which means those entries are now competing in the National NFPW contest. Those winners and their entries are: Kate Ruder – 1st place – Specialty article-physical health   “        “           1st place – Specialty article-education [...]

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Author discusses challenges of right-sizing

By |2023-01-24T22:20:24-07:00January 24th, 2023|Categories: Club News|

By Sharon Almirall Are you emotionally connected to your stuff? Rachel Kodanaz, national speaker and author of three books, advised the audience at CPW’s January 21 Zoom presentation to search their hearts and minds for the reasons they’re having difficulty in managing stuff. "Finding Peace, One Piece at a Time: What to do with yours [...]

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Three outstanding authors speak to CPW

By |2023-01-25T15:58:27-07:00November 17th, 2022|Categories: Club News, Events|

By Sharon Almirall Gay introduces speakers. “My book began with a voice in my head.” (E. J. Levy) “I was a lifelong strong locker for secrets.” (Erika Krouse) “Unresolved generational issues are often story triggers.” (Steven Schwartz) Three published award-winning Colorado authors presented an engaging program at the annual Authors’ Event at the [...]

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