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CU News Corps

The party of non-voters: Meet Colorado’s no-shows

December 18, 2014

Filed under ARCHIVES

By Lars Gesing CU News Corps On an early Friday morning in October, only a couple of weeks before the midterm election, Hagen Reedy had almost pulled through another 8 a.m. journalism class at CU Boulder. She had patiently – an...

Black Forest Fire map updated

July 17, 2013

Filed under ARCHIVES, Summer 2013

CU News Corps obtained the El Paso County Assessor's spreadsheet of homes damaged and destroyed by the Black Forest Fire in June, so we've updated our map. You may find a larger version by clicking here....

Black Forest Fire map of homes destroyed

June 12, 2013

Filed under ARCHIVES, Summer 2013

CU News Corps students have produced a map of properties destroyed by the Black Forest Fire in Colorado Springs as of  1 p.m. June 19, based on information from the El Paso County Sheriff's Office, the El Paso County Assessor and Zillow. Be aware that the sheriff...

CU News Corps Media Mentions

December 14, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Political Ads

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...

Stories: Other News Corps work

December 14, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Summer 2012

Amendment 65: The Gazette I-News Network Amendment 64: I-News Network KUNC The Gazette Health Policy Solutions Colorado's Power Players: I-News Network Daily Camera KDNK community radio EdNews Colorado Coloradoan       &nb...

CU News Corps Summer 2012

December 5, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Summer 2012

The CU News Corps got its start in summer 2012, originally using the name CU Journalism News Service. A handful of students worked on news of the summer's wildfires and the Aurora theater shootings in July. Here are some highlights...

Stories: Political Ad Spending

December 5, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Political Ads

Here's where some of our Fall 2012 stories appeared: Read More »...

Outside Spending, Negative Ads Rampant in Colorado 2012 Election

December 5, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Political Ads

by Jordan Wilsted and Greg Ellison appeared in Daily Camera / KUNC.org  Political television advertising is breaking records in Colorado this election season – and much of that advertising is negative. But academics who study the impact of such ads question how effective they are. Read More &raq...

Swing State Campaigners Push for Online Advertising in 2012

December 5, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Political Ads

by Katharina Buchholz appeared on KUNC.org  TV isn’t the only place those annoying political ads are popping up this election season. They’re also on YouTube, Hulu and Facebook, where campaigns are targeting younger potential voters, who don’t watch traditional TV. Read ...

Colorado Advertisers Spend Heavily on Football, Dancing with the Stars

December 5, 2012

Filed under ARCHIVES, Political Ads

by Zach Cook appeared in Denver Post / Daily Camera  If you’re looking to escape political advertising in the next few weeks, you’ll have to turn off the television. Whether you are watching football, Dancing With the Stars, Days of Our Lives, or the evening news, the presidential candidates and ...

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