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How to Use the Directory

The COLORADO MEDIA DIRECTORY is an easy-to-use source of continually updated information covering Colorado media.

Easy search, download, printing and update options include:

Find:
    Organization name, Individual name or Keyword
    Media type, for example, Radio
    Specific media geography, for example, Durango
    Editorial contacts, for example, sports editors

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    Geographic area, for example, Denver Metro
    Geographic sub-area, for example, Northern Colorado
    Media type, for example, all radio

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The directory is divided into two main sections: THE DENVER METROPOLITAN MEDIA DIRECTORY covers the six-county Denver metropolitan and Colorado Springs areas. THE COLORADO STATEWIDE DIRECTORY covers the remainder of the state.

LISTING CRITERIA
All news media, regardless of editorial orientation are eligible for listing. Media generally originate within the state or direct a majority of their efforts to audiences within Colorado.

Our policy is to gather information from the original source — publishers, editors, station managers or their representatives. News media are not charged for being listed in this reference. Statistics provided to the directory are not always independently verified. We reserve the right to present an independent, subjective evaluation of each medium considered for the DENVER METROPOLITAN MEDIA DIRECTORY and the COLORADO STATEWIDE DIRECTORY.

Many hours of research go into the DENVER METROPOLITAN MEDIA DIRECTORY and THE COLORADO STATEWIDE DIRECTORY, and we are pleased to publish the most detailed, accurate news media reference works in the state.

The DENVER METROPOLITAN MEDIA DIRECTORY is organized in the following manner with each section in alphabetical order:

DENVER AND THE SIX-COUNTY METROPOLITAN AREA

Print Media (Newspapers and Magazines)
Campus Publications
Military Publications
News Bureaus and Wire Services
Radio Stations
Television Stations

COLORADO SPRINGS AND PIKES PEAK REGION

Print Media (Newspapers and Magazines)
Radio Stations
Television Stations

THE COLORADO STATEWIDE DIRECTORY contains information on media outside the six-country Denver Metro area and Colorado Springs, and is organized in the following manner:

Print Media (Newspapers and Magazines)
Radio Stations
Television Stations

PUBLICATIONS

This section lists in alphabetical order:
Print news media including newspapers, magazines, trade and special interest publications
Campus and military publications
News bureaus and wire services

We have included the following information whenever possible on the main print listings:

GENERAL INFORMATION

Publication name
Publication address, phone, fax
News phone, fax
E-mail address/Website
Ownership
Publisher
Frequency and day of publication
Distribution
Circulation
Editorial Information
Names and positions of major editorial staff
News deadline and calendar Information

ADVERTISING INFORMATION

Advertising data have been kept to a minimum because of their complex and rapidly changing nature. Advertising costs given are general and for comparison purposes only.
Advertising manager/contact name
Advertising deadline
Full page open rate
Rate per column inch
Smallest size rate
Column width
Page size

ADJUDICATION–We have noted that some publications are adjudicated to print legal notices. To qualify to print legal and public notices, a newspaper must possess a second class mailing permit, be published at least once a week and be published continuously for a year.

CAMPUS AND MILITARY PUBLICATIONS, WIRE SERVICES AND NEWS BUREAUS

These publications and bureaus have been listed in a briefer format. Editors and managers frequently change because of reassignment, course changes, etc.

BILLBOARD/BUSBOARD

These listings include advertising alternatives such as billboard companies, websites, etc.

BROADCAST MEDIA

Each station is listed alphabetically with a page devoted to each station. Radio stations are listed first, then television stations. The order in which the data appears is generally as follows:

RADIO

Call letters & type of station (AM or FM)
Alternate or unofficial name of station
Address
Telephone, fax, email, web address
News fax/phone
Owner/s
Affiliation
Frequency of broadcast and signal strength
Format
Geographic area served

STAFF

General manager
Music director
News director
Program director
Promotions director
Public affairs director
Sports director

AIR DATA

Times of news broadcast/s
Public service announcement data including preferred length, format and content
Interview programs, formats, air times, hosts and producers
Calendar information

ADVERTISING

Note: Advertising data have been kept to a minimum because of their complex and rapidly changing nature. Advertising costs given are general and for comparison purposes only.
Sales contact
Average rate for 60 second am drive spot

TELEVISION

Call letters
Alternate or unofficial name of station
Affiliation
Address
Telephone, fax, email, web address
Channel/s
Geographic area served
News fax/phone
Ownership

STAFF

General manager
News director
Assignment editors
Planning director
Producers
Promotion director
Public affairs director
Reporters
Sports editors

AIR DATA

Times of news broadcasts
Public service announcement data including preferred length lead time and format
Locally produced programs: hosts, air times, contacts
Calendar information

ADVERTISING

Sales contact
Video requirements