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Denver Post may be for sale – will Anschutz bid?

National media including the New York Times reported Wednesday that Digital First Media, which owns multiple newspaper properties including the Denver Post, will shut down its digital news hub in New York City and is in the process of “readying its newspaper properties for sale.”
According to Ken Doctor in the Nieman Journalism Lab, “The move also signals the fatigue of majority DFM owner Alden Global Capital — and that it is readying its newspaper properties for sale. They’re not yet on the market, but expect regional auctions of DFM properties (with clusters around the Los Angeles area, the Bay Area, New England, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico and Pennsylvania) — unless Alden can find a single buyer, which is unlikely.

Space Foundation again named among 50 best nonprofit employers

For the second time in four years, the Space Foundation has been designated by The NonProfit Times and Best Companies Group as among the 50 best nonprofit organizations to work for in the United States. Previously listed in 2011, the Space Foundation now ranks 17th among similarly-sized organizations for 2014.
“I am very proud of our Space Foundation team,” said Space Foundation CEO Elliot Pulham. “They are the heart of all that we do, and their professionalism and dedication make our organization exceptional.”

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Thursday, April 17, 2014, 7:00 AM - 9:00 AM
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