Days after controversy between the press and the Oval Office, Mark Matthews reports on the inner workings of the Donald Trump administration.
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore, Documentary Chronicles Syrian Refugees' Journey, Diabetic Kids Test An 'Artificial Pancreas'
Former Denver Post Editor Greg Moore led The Denver Post at a tough time of circulation declines and employee layoffs -- but his tenure also included four Pulitzer Prizes. Then, two Fort Collins filmmakers followed Syrian refugees for the documentary "ALWADI: A Journey of Hope." And, diabetic kids went skiing to test out a new "artificial pancreas" that delivers insulin.
Like other newspapers, the Denver Post has had to absorb business model body blows. Still, Moore led the paper to four Pulitzers.
Digital First Media, which owns 76 newspapers across the nation, says it's evaluating and considering strategic alternatives for its business.
With the Denver Post's "Energy and Environment" section raising questions, we talk with a media ethicist about sponsored content in newspapers.
KCFR's Anna Panoka speaks with Denver Post political editor Curtis Hubbard about contentious congressional primaries in Colorado.