The Denver Press Club has received a $500,000 gift from the estate of late Club member Walter Baas, a longtime photojournalist for Rocky Mountain PBS and KMGH-TV.
Denver Press Club members have elected a new board of directors to serve during the 2021 fiscal year.
The Denver Press Club will hold its annual meeting virtually via Zoom meeting on April 7 at 6 p.m. as the ongoing stay-at-home orders for the state of Colorado and
The Denver Press Club on Monday launched a new website powered by the WordPress content management system.
Denver Press Club to close through at least March 31; Runyon banquet postponed to fall due to COVID-19
Amid the ongoing worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, the Denver Press Club board on Sunday afternoon approved closing the Club through at least March 31 and postponing our annual Damon Runyon award banquet until the fall.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, I wanted to provide an update on the Denver Press Club’s plans regarding the Damon Runyon Award banquet honoring Judy Woodruff, currently set for
Sports journalist Irv Moss remembered at Denver Press Club as friend to many, chronicler of Colorado sports
Friends, family, readers and former co-workers gathered at the Denver Press Club to remember longtime Denver Post reporter and Press Club Hall of Fame member Irv Moss.
The city of Denver has seen an explosion of startup local news outlets over the last few years despite the headwinds facing the business model of local journalism.
Longtime Denver Post journalist and Press Club Hall of Fame inductee Irv Moss has died at the age 85.
The Denver Press Club on Wednesday honored Mike McClanahan, a longtime member and one of only two people who have attended all 25 of its annual Damon Runyon Awards, with a place on its famed caricature wall.
Celebrated broadcast journalist Judy Woodruff, the anchor and managing editor of the PBS NewsHour, has been named the recipient of the Denver Press Club’s 26th annual Damon Runyon Award.
Emmy-winning directors and producers, particularly ones as decorated as Walter Baas, are still fair game for pledge drives when they work for public television. “Walter was one of the people