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This fall students at Colorado University in Boulder analyzed political ad spending during the 2012 election season. The CU News Corps received national coverage in a number of prestigious publications. Below is a list of articles relating to these efforts. The Columbia Journalism Review ran an article detailing the News Corps findings.

The Denver Post used the data to show the dominance of TV advertising in Colorado.

During the height of the election, the Denver Post used the CU News Corps findings to highlight where some of the biggest dollars were flowing.

The Longmont based TimesCall.com ran a post-election article detailing total spending over the 2012 election season in Colorado.

Colorado radio station KUNC (91.5) also published the CU News Corps data relating to Colorado local elections, showing that even on-line advertising was dominated by large political as spending.

NPR’s “It’s All Politics” blogs mentioned the News Corps’ work. 9News used our data for a story.

And Colorado Public Radio featured the News Corps’ work on Colorado Matters.

The Daily Camera wrote a story about the beginnings of News Corps.

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CU News Corps Media Mentions