Corey Hutchins

February 16, 2018

Wyoming journalists seek union security ‘to speak directly to our readers’

AMONG THE REASONS journalists at Wyoming’s largest newspaper plan to unionize? They feel it’s the best way to safeguard their ability to report on themselves, in […]
January 19, 2018

Denver Post launches new paywall, hopes for a steadier future

The Denver Post‘s downtown office. Most reporters are moving into a new office in a printing facility in a neighboring county as part of a […]
December 28, 2017

Press freedoms under attack: CJR correspondent revisits stories of the past year

Grand Junction, Colorado. Photo via Wikimedia Commons. OVER THE PAST YEAR, as a correspondent for CJR’s United States Project, I reported how a local new […]
December 5, 2017

Q&A: Bente Birkeland, on harassment scoops from the ‘dark underbelly’ of Colorado’s Capitol

IN RECENT WEEKS, public radio reporter Bente Birkeland has broken a string of stories about alleged sexual harassment by male lawmakers at the Colorado Capitol […]
November 3, 2017

‘A shitty week’: Spirited Media seeks new revenue streams after layoffs

Photo of the Denverite office in October 2016 by Corey Hutchins SPIRITED MEDIA LAID OFF STAFF at each of its three local news sites this week, […]
September 27, 2017

No jail time for blogger who refused court order to identify sources

Via Pixabay South Carolina Circuit Court Judge William Keesley ruled this week that political blogger Will Folks will not go to jail for defying a […]
September 27, 2017

No jail time for blogger who refused court order to identify sources

Via Pixabay South Carolina Circuit Court Judge William Keesley ruled this week that political blogger Will Folks will not go to jail for defying a […]
August 31, 2017

From civil to cesspool: Local news battles offensive comments

Via Pixabay LAST WEEK, AS THE CHARLESTON POST & COURIER covered a hostage standoff and shooting at a local restaurant, editor Mitch Pugh announced his paper […]
August 31, 2017

From civil to cesspool: Local news battles offensive comments

Via Pixabay LAST WEEK, AS THE CHARLESTON POST & COURIER covered a hostage standoff and shooting at a local restaurant, editor Mitch Pugh announced his paper […]
August 17, 2017

Q&A: Peter Hessler on a foreign correspondent’s approach to Trump country

New Yorker staff writer Peter Hessler. Photo by Darryl Kennedy. In a recent issue of The New Yorker, staff writer Peter Hessler brought readers to […]
August 17, 2017

Q&A: Peter Hessler on a foreign correspondent’s approach to Trump country

New Yorker staff writer Peter Hessler. Photo by Darryl Kennedy. In a recent issue of The New Yorker, staff writer Peter Hessler brought readers to […]
August 8, 2017

North Carolina reporter: ‘no consistency’ on Capitol press credentials

A view of the North Carolina State Capitol Senate Chamber, via Wikimedia Commons ON FRIDAY, MELISSA BOUGHTON—a journalist for NC Policy Watch, the news arm […]
August 8, 2017

North Carolina reporter: ‘no consistency’ on Capitol press credentials

A view of the North Carolina State Capitol Senate Chamber, via Wikimedia Commons ON FRIDAY, MELISSA BOUGHTON—a journalist for NC Policy Watch, the news arm […]