This year, I am excited to be able to brag about winning awards with my current team in Boston and my former team in Denver!
I finally got around to spending the time necessary to compile many of the key moments of our coverage from the trial.
Even now, I’m not sure I can process everything that happened during the 15 weeks of trial or weeks of planning that proceeded it. But I do have some preliminary thoughts about personal and technical lessons that I believe are ripe enough to share.
After three weeks, our theater shooting trial coverage is going well — but that means something has to go wrong, right?
I’m proud to announce that my digital team has won its second-consecutive RTDNA Regional Edward R. Murrow award.
In creating a special content page about human resilience since the movie theater shooting, I learned a great deal about design tools and an equal amount about human courage.
The Colorado Associated Press Broadcasters Association has humbled my coworkers and I with a new accolade!
Using some freeware libraries and a piece of software called “Tumult Hype,” I’ve been able to undertake some new projects recently that animate to allow users to explore content.
My team and I were honored with 1st and 2nd place in a brand new category at the 2012 Colorado Broadcasters Association Awards of Excellence.
A newsroom is an invigorating place that encourages new ideas, but the peak of that feeling often stems from tragedy.